Open day held at technical college to see supersonic car

STEM Communicators from Bloodhound SSC Project Lyn Procter, Simon Procter and Allan Read at Daventry UTC, with the full-scale cut-away model of the car planned for 2016's attempt on breaking 1000mph land speed record NNL-140920-181935009
STEM Communicators from Bloodhound SSC Project Lyn Procter, Simon Procter and Allan Read at Daventry UTC, with the full-scale cut-away model of the car planned for 2016's attempt on breaking 1000mph land speed record NNL-140920-181935009
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The Daventry University Technical College held an open day which gave members of the public the chance to see a supersonic car.

The event took place at the college off Ashby Road on Saturday and people could meet the team behind the Bloodhound car.

Engineers from the team have been giving pupils from across the area the chance to find out more about the car.

Launched in 2008, the Bloodhound project is aiming to break the 1,000mph land speed record while inspiring the engineers of the future through its education programme