Bloodhound supersonic car project axed

Bloodhound SSC, the British effort to build a 1000 mph supersonic car, is set to be wound up, with administrators failing to find a buyer to secure the project’s future.   Founded in 2007 by Richard Noble and Andy Green (who set the existing land speed record of 763.035 mph with ThrustSSC back in 1997) the project […] The post End of the road for Bloodhound supersonic car project appeared first on The Engineer.

Bloodhound supersonic car project axed

Fri 7 Dec 18 from BBC News

Project to create 1,000mph Bloodhound supersonic car scrapped

The project to develop the supersonic Bloodhound car, which aimed to hit speeds of 1,000mph has now been scrapped, after a failure to get an investor. It was tested in Cornwall last year.

Fri 7 Dec 18 from Daily Mail

Bloodhound supersonic car project shuts down

Efforts to save the Bloodhound supersonic car project from bankruptcy haven't panned out. The team is shutting down after it was unsuccessful in securing the roughly £25 ...

Fri 7 Dec 18 from Engadget

1,000-mph Bloodhound SSC project runs out of gas - Roadshow

it turns out, not everybody is eager to spend $32 million to fund a supersonic record-chaser.

Fri 7 Dec 18 from CNET

End of the road for Bloodhound supersonic car project

Bloodhound SSC, the British effort to build a 1000 mph supersonic car, is set to be wound up, with administrators failing to find a buyer to secure the project’s future.   Founded ...

Fri 7 Dec 18 from The Engineer

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