Computational Fluid Dynamics for BLOODHOUND SSC - a supersonic rocket car we aim to push to 1,000 mph and set a new World Land Speed Record.

Computational Fluid Dynamics for BLOODHOUND SSC - a supersonic rocket car we aim to push to mph and set a new World Land Speed Record.

Computational Fluid Dynamics for BLOODHOUND SSC - a supersonic rocket car we aim to push to 1,000 mph and set a new World Land Speed Record.

Computational Fluid Dynamics for BLOODHOUND SSC - a supersonic rocket car we aim to push to mph and set a new World Land Speed Record.

Swansea University's engineers are responsible for Bloodhound's design (computational fluid dynamics), and our geographers are selecting the record attempt site © Bloodhound SSC / Swansea University

Scientists are working on a supersonic car designed to go mph! There's a reason Randy calls me Andretti)

We expect the Bloodhound SSC rocket car to be *more than 25%* faster than its predecessor!

We expect the Bloodhound SSC rocket car to be *more than faster than its predecessor!

1997: Thrust SSC (Black Rock Desert, Nevada) - 763 mph.

Thrust SSC at Coventry Transport Museum. This 'car' holds the current landspeed record and broke the sound barrier.

1963, 1964: Craig Breedlove and the 'Spirit of America' jet car (Bonneville Salt Flats)

Craig Breedlove's World Record Bonneville Run in 1963

Dateline 1963 - Craig Breedlove breaks the land speed record at the Bonneville salt flats, driving a jet "car" named Spirit of America.

1964: Donald Campbell's Bluebird (Lake Eyre, Australia) - 403.1 mph

Donald Campbell’s Bluebird Land Speed Record Car can be seen at the National Motor Museum, Beaulieu, Hampshire

1935: Sir Malcolm Campbell and 'The Bluebird' (Daytona Beach) - 330mph

Sir Malcolm Campbell set his first land speed record of 330 miles per hour in his race car, the "Bluebird,” at Daytona Beach in

1929: The Golden Arrow (Daytona Beach) - 231.45 mph

Dark Roasted Blend: Land Speed Record Vehicles, Part One: The Pioneers


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