Bloodhound’s plan to build a 1,000-mph supersonic car project postponed due to lack of funds.
The Bloodhound supersonic vehicle project, aiming to beat the existing land speed world record of 763mph (1,228km/h), built with a Rolls-Royce Eurofighter jet engine, is finished due to lack of funding.
Driver Andy Green said that the “car was now available at a cost of about £250,000.”
“You’re going to need to find a few million to get it running to full speed. We have basically completed the main structure, the desert is ready, we just need the funding.” said Andy Green who added he knew a “team of engineers who could help”.
via The verge
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