Dubbed as the Concorde for this generation by its makers, the SSC in Bloodhound SSC stands for supersonic car. If all goes to plan, the hope is that this vehicle will smash not only the current land speed record, but also the air speed record by exceeding 1,000mph (1,600km/h).
So how do you create something that can reach these remarkable speeds? Mark Chapman, chief engineer of the Bloodhound project reveals what it takes to create such a machine. Find out why it needs three engines, and the key problem that took 18 months to solve.
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