UK readers please note: the Black Rock Desert is on Pacific Daylight Time, 8 hours behind British Summer Time.
ThrustSSC will make two further runs tomorrow morning. Accredited members of the media wishing to attend the Press Area opposite the measured mile during ThrustSSC's runs should present themselves at Access 2 at 0730hrs.
Spirit of America has made a further high-speed run to 636mph. A final low-speed run for today has been planned.
Spirit of America has made a fourth run - to 583mph.
ThrustSSC will not run today as the temperatures are high - reducing power and increasing the speed of sound. The car is planned to run again tomorrow.
Spirit of America has made two more runs to unknown speeds.
Spirit of America has just made a run to the north. At present, the speed is unknown.
The ThrustSSC Team are on the Black Rock Desert, Nevada, USA, for the head-to-head race against the Spirit of America Team to set the first ever supersonic World Land Speed Record.
The very latest status of the car and team on the Black Rock Desert can be seen through the live pictures from our Microplex Web Cameras.
The current status of track preparations is:
Has been reported at 56,000ft doing vertical dives by a Concorde pilot, we assume he is trying to break the sound barrier.
If you see him, we'd appreciate it if you'd let us know where it was.
Please check our Runs Database for the very latest information on the progress of ThrustSSC - the database is always updated as soon as possible after the car runs - and always before any report is written and published.
(Please note: any details published on this Web Site about the status, speeds and plans of the Spirit of America Team are not official. Official details are available on the Spirit of America Team's Web Site at http://www.spiritofamerica.com
The Spirit of America Team are on the Black Rock Desert, Nevada, USA, for the head-to-head race against the ThrustSSC Team to set the first ever supersonic World Land Speed Record.
Microlight pilot and Managing Director of Pegasus Aviation, Bill Sherlock, went down to Reno last night to hire a car. On the way back he fell asleep and rolled it into a ditch - we are pleased to say he is unharmed. Robbie Kraike made a radio call for him this morning: "Pit Station, this is Pegasus Green, over. And over. And over."
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