The Bloodhound Project: Breaking the world speed record through engineering and innovation

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The BLOODHOUND Project is a global Engineering Adventure, using a 1000 miles per hour (1609 km/h) world land speed record attempt to inspire the next generation to enjoy, explore and get involved in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

Mission Statement: Create a unique, high-technology project, focused around a 1609 kmph  World Land Speed Record attempt. Share this Engineering Adventure with a global audience and inspire the next generation by bringing science, technology, engineering and mathematics to life in the most exciting way possible.

Bloodhound jet car in pieces


Wing Commander Andy D. Green is a British Royal Air Force fighter pilot and the current holder of the World Land speed record, and the first person to break the sound barrier on land. With his team, they now set out to break the record again. 

"We need to inspire the next generation, kids in particular, with science and technology. We’re doing this as a technology demonstration of what is possible - that we can build a 1,000-mph car"
Andy Green
Wing Commander, British Air Force Fighter