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.
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Three teams from the West Country have made the national finals of Bloodhound's Model Rocket Car 2017 competition.
It's hoped the Bristol-built Bloodhound supersonic car will beat the land speed record at over 1,000mph but how does that compare?
To get to 1000mph the Bloodhound supersonic car will need a lot of power. Here's a breakdown of what it'll take in the run up to its launch.