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Delve into the design of the Bloodhound SSC

22 February 2017

The Bloodhound Project has released a series of videos that take you through the inner workings of Bloodhound SSC – the 1,000mph car.

Anatomy of the car (Credit: The Bloodhound Project)

Using the Bloodhound SSC, the team hope to set a 1,000mph land speed record in an attempt to inspire the next generation of engineers and scientists. 

This new series of videos, ‘Anatomy of the car’, dissect different parts of the car to provide viewers with an in-depth understanding of how it works. This fits into the Bloodhound’s mission statement of bringing science, technology, engineering & mathematics to life.

The first video (featured here) is an introduction to the anatomy of the car. Other videos delve into more detail about the Nose and the Blade. More videos will be added to the program in time. 

Subscribe to the Bloodhound SSC YouTube channel to watch more videos. 

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