BLOODHOUND SSC Releases New Video Series “Anatomy of the Car”

Dan Wiggins

by Dan Wiggins

26th January 2017

The BLOODHOUND Project, the team behind the development of a super-sonic car that will soon make an attempt to travel on land at 1000mph, have began releasing an exciting new video series on YouTube.

“Anatomy of the Car” Video Series

The video series will take you through every element of the car from front, to rear. Discussing all of the logistics behind the incredible technology being put in to this land speed world record breaker. The car it’s self if fascinating enough, let alone learning about the finer details of the car. It’s an amalgamation between a Fighter Jet, a Formula 1 Car and a Spaceship, that has been perfectly planned and designed to deliver the fastest travelling land object to date. Find the first video here:

ReAgent’s Involvement in BLOODHOUND

ReAgent is an official product sponsor for BLOODHOUND, and as a result, we have had frequent invites to visit the car itself. A video of our trip down to the location of the build can be found on our YouTube channel:


The BLOODHOUND SSC Cockpit. Image credit- Stefan Marjoram

“During the manufacture of the BLOODHOUND SSC, the team’s main objective was to ensure the car would be safe to operate and wouldn’t become damaged or affected during the engineering phase. BLOODHOUND contacted ReAgent in order to purchase chemicals to be used for testing and conditioning purposes.”

Do you want to learn more about ReAgent’s involvement in The BLOODHOUND Project? If so, head over to our case study where you find out the exact products and materials we have supplied BLOODHOUND – Read our Case Study


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