BLOODHOUND LAND SPEED RECORD THE STORY SO FAR

Join the Institution of Mechanical Engineers for an exciting presentation on the latest developments in the Bloodhound Land Speed Record project, presented by Mike Ford. The Bloodhound project is a ten year attempt to break the land speed record for a car. This is a real, modern day story of design challenges, funding woes and the will to ultimately succeed.

Mike Ford has worked in many different engineering sectors. These sectors include, marine engineering, nuclear power and food manufacturing. He is now working alongside Bloodhound LSR, the land speed record team who are designing and building the first 1000 mph car. Mike has worked for major blue chip companies culminating in positions up to director level and has also run his own successful engineering consultancy business.

This lecture free and open to the public with Tea & Coffee available on arrival. Free parking is also available.

Tuesday 12th November 2019

6.30pm for 7pm

Share Lecture Theatre, The Fusion Building, Bournemouth University Talbot Campus Poole. BH12 5BB

For more information please contact: John Kent Tel: 01202693279 Mob: 07715050310 kentjekent@btinternet.com

To register attendance: http://nearyou.imeche.org/near-you/UK/Wessex/Bournemouth-Area

For more information about the Bloodhound project: http://www.bloodhoundlsr.com/