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Bloodhound SSC Land Speed Record Attempt Date Slated for 2019

Bloodhound SSC Land Speed Record Attempt Date Slated for 2019
It’s been a long time since we talked about the Bloodhound SSC supersonic car. The last time was back in 2015 when the car went official. We have now learned that the impressive rocket car will go sniffing for a land speed record with a supersonic run in the fall of 2019.
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Bloodhound SSC Land Speed Racer Gets Official

Bloodhound SSC Land Speed Racer Gets Official
If the Bloodhound SSC land speed racer looks like a jet to you, there is good reason for that. The car is set to go as fast as a jet plane, on the ground. The Bloodhound SSC and its crew are looking to break 800 mph on land using the vehicle you see here. Main power comes from a Rolls-Royce jet engine and Nammo rockets for additional propulsion.
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Jaguar F-Type R Used to Test High-Speed Parachute

Jaguar F-Type R Used to Test High-Speed Parachute
If you have never heard of the Bloodhound SSC, it is a vehicle that aims to set a land speed record and break the speed of sound on land. The testing on a vehicle that can travel at such high speeds is intense and Jaguar is helping to test one of the more vital components.
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Bloodhound SSC: Ballistic Testing

Bloodhound SSC: Ballistic Testing
The Bloodhound SSC project aims to launch its jet-powered car at speeds up to 1,000 mph. While there are many engineering challenges to such an achievement, one that I never thought about before now is that the cockpit needs to be able to shelter its pilot from any flying debris kicked up during his mission.
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Bloodhound SSC Tests Its Rocket Engine

Bloodhound SSC Tests Its Rocket Engine
As you may already know, the Bloodhound SSC project aims to create the fastest car ever built – with a goal of reaching a mind-blowing 1,000mph. We’ve previously seen how the car’s aerodynamics, brakes and cockpit will work, and now we get our first look at one of the rocket engines that will be used to propel the vehicle to record speeds.
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How to Keep a 1,000mph Car on the Ground

How to Keep a 1,000mph Car on the Ground
The Bloodhound SSC project aims to break the land-speed record with a vehicle that can hit an astounding 1,000 miles per hour. Building a car that goes this fast poses numerous engineering challenges. We’ve already learned about how they plan on stopping the car and protecting its driver.
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