Braking A Bloodhound Is Like Stopping A Bus From 160MPH. In The Wet.

By Tim Smith

‘Our brakes are unusual’ Brian Coombs says as he holds a carbon brake rotor from a fighter aircraft. What’s left of another brake rotor of the same type sits as broken, overheated pieces in a box to his left.

So how do you stop a 1000mph car?

This. Is. Cool.

 

*Pssst – turn the captions on for subtitle japes…*

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