In 2006, a small unavailing university auto racing team began building a racecar that would challenge the best engineering schools in the world. With fewer people and resources than any of the top competitors, the only way they were going to win was to push the limit, go for broke, and hope for more than a little luck. By the time they got to the racetrack, they knew: In the fog of fierce competition, whether you win or lose, you learn the hardest lessons about engineering, teamwork, friendship, and yourself.After initial tech, there was tilt, brake, and noise. The tilt tech was ... Not to be tried with your Ford Explorer. ... There were three stickers, one for the initial technical inspection, one for the tilt table, and one for the noise and brake test. We hadanbsp;...
|Author||:||Matt Brown, Seven Car Publishing|
|Publisher||:||Matt Brown - 2011-10-19|