The second attempt at weatherproofing MAX involves a convertible top which flips open to get in or out of the cockpit. Not perfect, but not bad.
MAX gets a lightweight belly pan under the engine, to further reduce aerodynamic drag.
Using MAX to test a tubing streamlining material, resulted in a significant reduction in drag.
MAX is getting prepped for paint, and all the essential bodywork is done for the new, streamlined roadster body.
MAX is back at the shop, awaiting diagnosis and correction of an overheating problem, plus some additional body work before its next venture.
The clock is ticking and I've been taking some shortcuts on getting MAX ready for Rally Green ... and some have turned into long cuts. I need to work smarter, not faster.
Results of the long-awaited cooling system test, which shows how little air MAX needs through the radiator.