The British team behind Bloodhound SSC, a project that might see a car travel faster than 1,000mph. XCAR finds out what goes into building a land speed record breaking car and what obstacles stand in the way of this technological feat.
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Watch Crave UK's interview with a member of the team working on Britain's latest attempt to break the world land speed record.
The design has been finalised for the Bloodhound SSC, set to smash the world land-speed record as the first car to hit 1,000mph. Not so handy on the school run though