Woodsetts Primary School students recently visited the Bloodhound Project exhibit at Magna. The Project centres on BLOODHOUND SSC, a supersonic car that is designed not only to go faster than the speed of sound (supersonic) but to over 1,000mph (1,600km/h)!
During the day, pupils and students toured the full size Bloodhound Show Car and understood the design challenges and science that goes into building a supersonic car. They designed and built their own air-powered rocket cars using K’nex which they tested, modified and then raced in teams. The fastest cars went through to the finals. Below is a message from Mike Ford of the Bloodhound team congratulating one of Woodsetts Primary's teams on their prize of getting their team name on the tail fin of the car! Please click on the image on the right to view a larger version.