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Old 11 Jun 2011, 01:06 (Ref:2895448)   #48
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JAG should be qualifying in the top 3 on the gridJAG should be qualifying in the top 3 on the gridJAG should be qualifying in the top 3 on the grid
A WRC engine and restrictor would give it around 325bhp, the aim is low drag and fuel efficiency.

As for the safety cell, it's a two seater, and renders show it's quite hefty, certainly larger than single seaters.

Some of the reaction to the DW is strange, spec racing and standardisation is so common place, anything out of the norm polarises views.

There's nowhere to hide for DW, it'll either work or not, if the latter they may adapt their design to a more traditional LMP form, yet still see some of the benefits.

Greater reg freedom in years gone by encouraged innovation, and some of the greatest developments the sport ever saw. P1 manufactuers are already at the cutting edge of design and powertrains, to qualify for the 56th grid slot a car is going to have to buck many conventions, if not why even bother.
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