Nelson Kruschandl says: "I'm pleased to announce, that for 2006, the Bluebird Electric project will benefit from a dedicated workshop. These facilities will not be shared and in my opinion were very necessary for the build completion, if the mechanics are to be able to work in suitable comfort. Our previous facilities could not house the car, because of its length. Although, this has involved extra expense and held the project up, the decision to expand our operation shows our commitment to raising the electric world speed record above 300mph."
Nelson Kruschandl - New Workshop Facilities
For 2006 it is planned to visit Pendine Sands, Carmarthen, South Wales and other well known tracks to test the BE3. If all goes well, an attempt on the British record will follow, currently standing at 135 mph. (Although, we note this record is only for a short distance) Nelson hopes to raise the record to 150 mph over the flying kilometer. If funds are available, even 200 mph is in sight. No small feat given the course limitations.
We are looking for batteries and sponsorship to cover the cost of staging the planned events. Anyone interested should please contact Nelson in the first instance:
SPEEDACE.INFO or phone (UK) 44 (0) 7905 147709
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