Wing commander Andy Green is the current land speed record holder.
The two runway trials came after a series of tests to check the car's steering, brakes, suspension and data systems, as well as the efficiency of the intake feeding air to the EJ200 jet engine, sourced from a Eurofighter Typhoon.
That's not enough to break the world land speed record of 763 miles per hour (1,227 km/h), but it would allow the engineers to learn a lot more about the vehicle's capabilities.
Bloodhound SSC is created to reach 1,000mph in a bid to set a record that can not be beaten by existing technology.
Along a runway at the Newquay Airport in southwest England earlier today, the Bloodhound Supersonic Car zoomed past its hopeful goal of 322 km/h (200 mph). Mr Green said: 'I can not think of a better way to do it than that run.More news: Amazon Introduces Cloud Cam and Key Delivery Service
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'Last year alone we directly engaged with over 100,000 students in the United Kingdom and we have already seen more students take up engineering as result of Project Bloodhound.
"I discovered during the initial dynamic tests that to get the vehicle to 200mph, I would have to take my foot off the throttle at 130mph as it then carries on accelerating for another 2 seconds".
Likewise, 1,000mph will require solid metal wheels, but for the shakedown test Bloodhound SSC used some low-grip Dunlop tires originally worn by an English Electric Lightning.
After weeks of trials, the vehicle was put through its paces at Newquay Airport in Cornwall. "And then to slow down, I need to apply gentle pressure to the brakes for 2 seconds to "warm up" the carbon fibre disk brakes before applying full force on the brakes to stop the vehicle".