After a number of issues involving finances, the Bloodhound will now travel to South Africa in October 2017 for the record attempt.
Even with the setback, Bloodhound SSC is still teaching kids about the joys of science.
The world record attempt at breaking the land speed record will happen a year from now.
The team behind the project plans to push the car to its maximum speed of about 1 000mph – around 1 610km/h.
Speed to the University of Pretoria for a chance to meet a supersonic car this week.