Land speed pilot Richard Noble
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Richard Noble: Bloodhound land speed record 'on track'

Land speed pilot Richard Noble has said a new attempt top break the world land speed record is going well.

He hopes the attempt, planned for 2015, will encourage children to consider a career in engineering. He was speaking during a visit to Coventry.

The new Bloodhound SSC is being built to exceed 1,000mph (1,609km/h).

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