A West Country team aiming to smash the land speed World Record say they'll need another £10M in sponsorship in order to attempt it.Read the full story ›
Following successful 200mph UK runway trials at Cornwall Airport Newquay in October 2017, the team will be targeting 500mph.Read the full story ›
The project ran out of funding but its new owner has opened a base in Berkeley and says Bloodhound will go for the World land speed record.Read the full story ›
The supersonic car, built in Bristol, is aiming to break the land speed world record.Read the full story ›
The company behind Bloodhound - the jet powered car designed to beat the land speed record - has gone into administration.Read the full story ›
A supersonic car designed to reach speeds of 1000mph will try out the race track where it hopes to break the world land speed record.Read the full story ›
Thousands of people have been at Newquay Airport this weekend to catch a glimpse of the car that's hoped will reach speeds of 1000mph.Read the full story ›
Three teams from the West Country have made the national finals of Bloodhound's Model Rocket Car 2017 competition.Read the full story ›
Newquay Airport is warning passengers to allow extra time if they are heading to the airport. It's due to the Bloodhound SSC test runs taking place on the runway on the 26, 28 and 30 October which will mean extra traffic in the area.
Staff say that they are operating as normal and add that there will be security restrictions on parking, as well as at the drop off and pick up points.
They also want to make people aware that the supersonic car tests cannot be viewed from the airport car parks.
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It's hoped the Bristol-built Bloodhound supersonic car will beat the land speed record at over 1,000mph but how does that compare?Read the full story ›