The header project took Anthony over 100 hours to complete, and his hard work shows! It has since then been attached to the engine block. Piece by piece the #87 car is coming together and looking good!
Robert Thonney, a member of the suspension team, machined the bell-cranks this past week on a Haas CNC mini mill.
Bell-cranks are used in pushrod-style suspension and allow for the shock-absorber to be mounted horizontally within in the vehicle rather than vertically. This configuration creates a lower vehicle profile, reducing aerodynamic drag.
Suspension lead, Garrett Hall, finished spacers and other steering components.