Monday, 14 April 2014

An Evening With Richard Noble - Thursday 8th May 2014

On Thursday 8th May, Richard Noble, OBE, will be the guest speaker at an evening hosted by the National Motor Museum, Beaulieu.
Richard Noble

Richard Noble, OBE will be talking you through his own personal World Land Speed Record story. Starting with his experiences as a driver and his success in setting a World Land Speed Record of 633mph in Thrust II in 1983, he will continue with his experiences as Project Director, working with driver Wing Commander Andy Green, OBE, to achieve the record of 763mph in Thrust SSC.

Having covered his past and current records Richard will look to the future, taking you through his plans for Bloodhound SSC, again working with Andy Green on an international education initiative designed to inspire a new generation of engineers and scientists by designing and racing the ultimate 1,000mph jet and rocket powered car.

There will be an opportunity for guests to ask Richard questions in a Q&A session after his talk.

The evening, starting at 7.30pm, will be held in the Lecture Theatre of the National Motor Museum Collections’ Centre. A pay bar is available for the purchase of beers, wines and soft drinks.

Tickets at £15, which must be pre-booked, can be purchased online at


Note to Editors

    Visitors to the Beaulieu attraction on Saturday 10th May will have a special opportunity to find out more about the Bloodhound SSC project, the next British contender for the Land Speed Record with a chance to see a full sized prototype of Bloodhound SSC, the car that, it is hoped, will hit 1,000mph with Andy Green at the controls. The Bloodhound project will be showcasing the excitement of the project and will offer the chance to drive at 1,000mph in the Bloodhound Driving Experience. Visitors can also see For Britain & For The Hell Of It with Beaulieu’s iconic Land Speed Record cars re-displayed and accompanied by archive footage to tell a story of British pluck, technological mastery and national pride.

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