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© Licensed to London News Pictures. 04/07/2013. Bristol, UK. The actual carbon fibre bodywork of the Bloodhound Supersonic Car project at the official opening of the new technical centre in Avonmouth, Bristol. The car is being built to go at 1000mph to break the land speed record, powered by a rocket and a Rolls Royce EJ200 jet engine with a Cosworth engine being used as a pump. The record attempt will take place in South Africa and Bloodhound will be piloted by Wing Commander Andy Green from the RAF. David Willetts, Minister for Science and Universities, took part in joining parts of the bodywork together. 04 July 2013.
Photo credit : Simon Chapman/LNP
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