I love fast cars, but even the best race car drivers have trouble staying on the track at high speeds. So how do you control a rocket-powered supersonic car?
British engineers have created a new tail fin, similar to the feathers of a dart, to keep their Bloodhound car on a straight path.
Lead engineer Richard Noble hopes the vehicle will reach 1610 km/h (1000 mph). I can't wait to see how the tail fin helps Bloodhound perform in South Africa later this year.