Bloodhound’s Richard Noble comes to SheffieldPosted on Thursday, May 17th, 2012 in Event| Share this article
May 28 2012, 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm
Richard Noble, project director of the Bloodhound Supersonic Car project, is to deliver the May lecture of the Sheffield Branch of the Royal Aeronautical Society, on 28 May at the Knowledge Transfer Centre at the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre with Boeing.
The Bloodhound SSC is designed to be the first car to travel at greater than 1000 mph. More importantly, it will inspire the next generation of engineers. Richard Noble OBE led the team which created the world’s first supersonic car, Thrust SSC, and created and drove the previous fastest car in the world, the Thrust 2.
To register for the event, or to find out more about the project, please click on the relevant links below. Please note that registration is free to RAeS members and costs £5 for others, the price including membership of the Sheffield Branch for one year. The lecture will start at 7pm, so please please try to arrive at 6:30pm; refreshments will be available.