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It was today shown in fully assembled form for the first time, with the right-hand side fully dressed in desert spec, complete with forged aluminium wheels and aerodynamic panels, and the left in "naked" Newquay spec, meaning rubber tyres that can run on Tarmac and panels missing for easy access.The team also announced that it will be mid-October next year when Bloodhound will first turn its wheels on the 11.8-mile Hakskeen Pan in South Africa, the place where it will hopefully crack 1,000mph. The clock is ticking...


 
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