guess what this is?
picture you can see that the picture above was the wing. The
966 when it was raced professionally had about 9 or 10 different
livery's such as Norwegian Cruise Lines, Diet Coke, Jagermeister,
Sunoco, Swap Shop, and some other ones. So when the wing was
sanded down to the carbon skin, we went through all of the
layers of paint.
is ready for the new carbon skin.
wing is re-skinned in a layer of carbon-kevlar and then an
outside layer of carbon. It has been sanded in preparation
for the first coat of primer.
is finishing the fit of the nose while on the car before it
gets primer & paint.
is fitted right and sitting in the first coat of blue primer.
sanding the primer on the wing and Danny is giving him support...
well he's holding the wing steady.
is sanding the second coat of primer on the wing in preparation
for the first coat of paint. Think by the end of the day he'll
resemble Papa Smurf?
a little mechanical. Martin is changing the Daytona gears
out for ones that will be a little more suited for Lime Rock.
a good shot of the back of the gearbox off in the middle of
the change. You can do the change in the car, but you have
to take some things like the wing support, and some braces
back together and ready to go when the body is.
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