The land speed record is the highest speed achieved by a person using a vehicle on land. There is no single body for validation and regulation; in practice the ...
The official land-speed record (measured over one mile) is 1,227.985 km/h ( 763.035 mi/h) (Mach 1.020), set by Andy Green (UK) on 15 October 1997 in the ...
A History of the Land Speed Record. A British team has unveiled plans for a car capable of going 1,000 miles per hour. That's faster than a speeding bullet.
Jul 25, 2013 ... The current world land speed record stands at 763.035 mph, as set in October 1997 by British Royal Air Force pilot Andy Green driving the ...
Aug 14, 2016 ... The son of slain racing legend Mickey Thompson, the famed Speed King of the 1960s, has crushed a land speed record for hot rods.
Jul 7, 2016 ... Bloodhound, a supersonic car, will attempt a new land speed record in October 2017.
Mar 27, 2017 ... As 2016 drew to a close, it appeared that the British-based Bloodhound team had everything they needed to finally break the world land speed ...
The North American Eagle project began as nothing more than an idea. That idea was to take a jet fighter, and turn it into the fastest racing machine in history.