Thursday, 18 November 2010


Out of Hand have become the official print supplier to the current UK World Land Speed Record attempt. Based out of Bristol, the Bloodhound Project - which aims to break the world land speed record by achieving 1,000mph - is an iconic adventure that will push technology to its limit. The project provides a once in a lifetime opportunity to inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers in defending the current record. The new car - called the Bloodhound SSC - will be 42 ft long, 9 ft high and will weigh 6.4 tonnes and boasts a top speed of 1,050 mph. It is currently being designed by the Richard Noble and will be driven by Andy Green, a Royal Air Force pilot. The pair currently hold the world land speed title for their record breaking car ThrustSSC, which holds the record, travelling at 766 mph. “This project is unique and we are proud to support the World Record attempt” said Nigel Muntz, Commercial Director at Out of Hand. To follow the projects progress, please visit