Organizers (probably seeking some great tax deductions) have turned the Bloodhound into a massive STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) learning program for about 100,000 British tykes. They’re going to learn about things like the aluminum disc wheels that spin at over 170 revolutions per second. Calculations indicate that at peak speed, the wheels will be generating 50,000 radial g at their rim.
More information about the November event is available at the Bloodhound website. You’ll need to be a donor to receive an invite.