I’m not used to this kind of (long) post but this time I’ll make and exception. The #evolutionR is still a work in progress but yesterday we have finally completed the first (very slow) laps on track. We had to check if everything was fine from the mechanical point of view and the car did not disappointed us. Unfortunately we had some minor aerodynamic issues (basically we didn’t expect that level or downforce) and the front lip collided with an oil cooler line. The car spilled oil on the track for a whole lap, causing a very long red flag. I wasn’t aware of the problem till i pitted, the “damage” on the line was very very little and I had no chance to realize what was happening. I had also no oil warnings (and the oil pressure was good too) on the dash. Anyway i want to apologize with other guys to make them wait for the track to be clear again and with the @autodromo_vallelunga staff for the additional work required to clean the track. Shit happens.
I want to thank @piergiorgiopicariello and the whole apmotorsport crew for the late night work.
@whiteline_justin from @_whiteline for the trust and the amazing products.
The @_clinched_ bodykit looked awesome paired with the cyber evo front end, even if we still have to make some (not so minor) changes to make it perfect. As you will see in the next pictures i’ll post we still miss the flat bottom (and consequentially the sideskirt), the rear diffuser and some other aero tricks you will see in the future.
I also want to thank @marcoanzelini from gmc racing for the amazing work on the engine.
And last but not least thanks to all the @cinghialiracing crew, we rock guys!
P.s. This thing is definitely an attention keeper