Mark Details as at 10.05.2013
DETAILS FOR TRADE MARK 2315925
Trade mark: BLUEBIRD
Filing date: 06 November 2002
Date of entry in register: 09 October 2009
Renewal date: 06 November 2022
List of goods and services
High speed, trials and racing vehicles for use on land,
water and in the air; electrically powered vehicles,
Printed publications; books,
magazines, periodicals, guides; stationery; posters, postcards,
photographs; writing instruments, pens, pencils; pen and pencil cases;
diaries, address books, personal organizers, notebooks, notepads,
drawing books, drawing pads; calendars;
but not including pencil sharpening machines,
painter's brushes, decorator's brushes,
artist's brushes or brushes being articles of stationery;
none of the aforesaid being printed publications relating
to the car or boat called The Bluebird.
T-shirts, sweatshirts, fleeces, wind/rain tops, hats and caps.
Organising, arranging, facilitating and effecting land,
air and water speed record attempts and record breaking events;
organising, holding and presenting exhibitions relating to land,
air and water speed records and record attempts; information,
advisory and consultancy services relating thereto.
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Marks & Clerk LLP1 New York Street, Manchester, United Kingdom, M1 4HD
NEWS 6 September 2012
battery-powered car will attempt to beat the UK land-speed record for electric vehicles later this month.
Nemesis, a heavily-modified Lotus Exige body, will be driven by estate agent
Nick Ponting, 21, from Gloucester.
Nick was born in Cheltenham, lives in Gloucester and works for an estate agent in Stroud. He is 21-years-old.
Dale Vince said he had built the car to "smash the stereotype of electric cars as something Noddy would drive - slow, boring, not cool".
The record attempt is due to be made at Elvington Airfield, near York, on 27 September.
Nemesis was designed and built in under two years by a team of British motorsport engineers in Norfolk.
It can travel from 100-150 miles between charges, depending on driving style, and can be charged from empty in about 30 minutes using a rapid-charger.
The team believes theoretically the motors are capable of about 200mph but "real world" constraints like
aerodynamic lift have to be addressed before the attempt.
Mr Vince, who runs the electricity company Ecotricity, said he was quietly confident the team would break the record.
The current record of 137mph (220km/h) was set by Don Wales, from Addlestone, Surrey, in 2000.
A separate attempt to beat the record last August was thwarted after the vehicle's suspension was damaged by a pothole.
The Bluebird Electric was being driven along Pendine Sands in Carmarthenshire by Mr Wales's son Joe, who suffered mild whiplash as a result.
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