The 1000-mph Bloodhound land speed record project is dead


Bloodhound, the 1000-mph British land-speed record project, is finished. After heading into administration six weeks ago, a backer failed to appear to right the balance sheets. The Bloodhound team headed up by founder Richard Noble and Andy Green required another £25 million ($31.3 million as of today) to guarantee its funding, but according to a spokesman for administrators FRP Advisory LLP: "Ultimately the clock ran out and the company had significant debts and overheads not the least of which was the rent on the technical centre in Avonmouth."

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