World's fastest car in the making?

The Bloodhound Project team successfully tested their groundbreaking car and will eventually attempt to exceed a speed of 1600 kilometres per hour in South Africa.

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    A British engineering team has taken a significant step forward in an attempt to set a land speed world record.

    The Bloodhound Project team successfully tested their groundbreaking car and will eventually attempt to exceed a speed of 1600 kilometres per hour in South Africa.

     

    Al Jazeera's Lee Wellings reports.


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