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On this day 15 years ago, Briton Andy Green OBE became the first man in the world to drive a car faster than the speed of sound - and the anniversary comes just a day after Austrian Felix Baumgartner became the first man to break the sound barrier in freefall flight.
Now, Green is to get back behind the wheel in a new British team that's planning to go EVEN FASTER than Baumgartner, and break the 1,000mph barrier in a car!
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John Reynolds, what is your problem, jealous, no guts or ambition to do something that entails some sort of pride in the ability (though in your case I should imagine that is LACK of ability) to break world records.
Don't say thousands are starving, we pour £12billion in foreign aid, the PRIVATE money that is used for these record attempts is a tiny amount compared with that.
Why don't you take your jealousy and angst elsewhere!
Bullied in day to day life? it seems so..
Are you retarded? most deferentially..
John Reynolds, what a silly little **** you are! I suppose you hoped that Felix Baumgartner was going to die as well, you certainly are a sad individual.
Anyway good luck to Andy Green and the rest of the Bloodhound team.
Add in the lack of any sonic boom and it is generally agreed there is no chance it broke the speed barrier (it's earlier attempt was not even slightly close to this and the car looked no faster in the later run).
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