This section contains striking or unusual pictures taken on the Bloodhound Project.
The BLOODHOUND Build Team have trial fitted temporary plywood air brake doors to ensure the hinges align properly. It's quite tricky because the doors have a double compound curve (they have a 3 dimensional curve). The final doors will be manufactured from carbon fibre, foam and a little steel.
Lance Corporal Siobhan Spiers from the British Army's Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers welding a support frame in the BLOODHOUND Technical Centre workshop
The BLOODHOUND Supersonic Car kit contains over 3,500 components, many custom-made, including: a state-of-the-art Rolls-Royce EJ200 jet engine - normally found in the Eurofighter Typhoon
The BLOODHOUND Build Team trial fit one of the carbon fibre 'cheek' pieces to the jet and rocket powered car. These run from the monocoque forward over the cooling ice tanks, front subassembly and front suspension (pictured). Skillfully manufactured by URT Group
BLOODHOUND's Hybrid Rocket is being developed by Norwegian specialist, Nammo, as part of their work for the European Space Agency. Click the picture to see a video of it firing