Blog: Dave LeggettAutumn issue of Lotus Engineering's proActive is out

Dave Leggett | 19 November 2013

The latest issue of the magazine we help put together for Lotus Engineering - proActive - is out. It includes an interview with Richard Noble, he of the land speed record set in 1983 that stayed unbeaten until 1997. He's leading a British team aiming for a new record with the Bloodhound SSC, in South Africa in 2016. Interesting chap and a very interesting project. I learned that there is a lot more to it, though, than just going very, very fast...

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