It is at the Hakskeen Pan in the Mier area of the Northern Cape, South Africa - where the Bloodhound could break the record for the fastest speed on land, reaching 1000mph.
For now, it will be driven in public, for the first time, in Newquay, Cornwall reaching 200mph.
You can watch history being made LIVE below:
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Tomorrow, 26 October, the Bloodhound's driver Andy Green will be putting the super sonic car through its paces in its first public outing.
The Bloodhound SSC team have been working tirelessly for the last five years on the one-of-a-kind vehicle, in the hopes it will "inspire the next generation to get involved in science, technology, engineering" and "set a new World Land Speed Record of 1,000mph".
ITV West Country Presenter, Kylie Pentelow, spoke to Andy ahead of the big event:
- *Fun fact: the Bloodhound's steering wheel is shaped to Andy Green's hand. *
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They're hoping to break the land-speed record in South Africa next summer.
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We were there and spoke to one of the team:
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