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Bloodhound set to roar

By Warren Wilkins 25th October 2017

Bloodhound set to roar
The Bloodhound prepares for testing at Cornwall Airport Newquay.

THOUSANDS of people will be descending on Cornwall Airport Newquay to watch a supersonic car undertake ‘low speed’ trials ahead of its attempt to break the world land speed record. The Bloodhound SSC will be reaching speeds of up to 200mph in nine seconds along the 1.7-mile long runway. The public will have an opportunity to w...

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