I have a love for oddball racing prototypes, especially those with interesting powertrain layouts (Panoz LMP-1, Nissan GT-R LM Nismo, Ford Mustang IMSA GTP). This thing is in a league of its own though.

(yes, I’m aware of Oswego Supermodifieds)

“Herb Adams was not like most designers. His solution to the tunnel problem was as simple as it was completely insane. Rather than move the tunnels around the engine and driver, he moved the engine and driver around the tunnel. By placing the car’s key components on either side of the chassis, he created the room for a giant venturi tunnel down the middle.”


Link to article here in case Kinja’d.

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