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On its way to 1,000 miles per hour, hopefully.

A Rolls-Royce Eurofighter engine helps Bloodhound's jet car hit 210 mph in testing.

Team says cash flow, engine tweaks delaying efforts.

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Chinese car maker supplies technical assistance and cash, plus other project updates.

We sat down with Chief Engineer Mark Chapman for the latest updates on the project.

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In October 2017, Andy Green and the team behind the Bloodhound supersonic car will attempt to set a new World Land Speed Record by hitting 800 MPH. Then, the Bloodhound SSC will make an attempt to hit 1,000 MPH.

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An English boy who built a "supersonic" soapbox racer got to meet the man who inspired his new love of engineering on Tuesday.

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The Bloodhound SSC is still preparing to reach 1,000 miles per hour. To make sure the vehicle is safe, the team shoots a hunk of metal at 2,300 miles per hour into its ballistic safety panel to see what happens.

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Rolls-Royce, the "power solutions" company that makes jet engines and much more (not the luxury motorcar company) has signed on to support the Bloodhound SSC Land Speed Record attempt project. This isn't just a financial tie-up and exchange of engines and tech, though, Rolls-Royce is just as interested as the Bloodhound gang in promoting science, technology, engineering and mathematics to children in the UK and around the world.