The Bloodhound SSC car will make its first ever public run today (26th October 2017) conducting key development and practical testing.  Starting the countdown to the vehicles world land speed record attempt due to take place in 2019.

The Bloodhound car, team and driver will be put through their paces at Newquay airport, as Andy Green will get his first opportunity to drive the car. Over the 3 day event, representatives from Aish amongst other sponsors and the media will get exclusive access to the event hosted 20 years after the previous record was set by Thrust SSC.

The British car designed to go 1,000mph (1,610km/h) will conduct initial “slow-speed” trials and should get up to about 200mph (320km/h) on the runway at Newquay Airport.

Driven by RAF Wing Commander Andy Green, the car aims to break the world land speed record in 2019, taking to the dried-out lakebed of Northern Cape, South Africa.

Aish delivered a set of ruggedised operator consoles and electronics cabinets that will be used in support of Bloodhound SSC control trailer. The equipment will be used by the team as part of the system that monitors the elements which affect the car on its record attempt – engine telemetry, meteorology, driver’s physiology etc.

Aish Technologies are proud to be a part of this sound-breaking project and will continue to support the Bloodhound SSC team in the future.

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