Question: what's black and brown and looks great on a licensing attorney?
Answer: a pair of Doberman Pinschers.
It's been sent to ROAR's for approval. They'll get back to me or post it on the approved list when they've finished. I hope
JayBee & racing_jason;
The notches on the top of the spill plates are to add efficiency to the wing - in theory. It's a thing that's done in the real
racecar world. It allows more air to flow across the outer extremities of the "kick-up" portion of the wing - hence creating more surface area that's conducive to creating additional downforce.
Darkseid & bs6ef;
I couldn't agree with you more - seriously. Beauty is "in the eye of the beholder" as they say. I've found that some things in life will take on a sort of beauty if they work well
however - no matter what the application.
(I know from experience, many Brits will probably hate any new Pf body - if it doesn't represent a realisticly done car - from the current BTCC)
FOXY923 pretty much summed it up correctly.
Protoform specializes in race bodies. Most of the body styles you mentioned have a shape/profile that's all wrong for the performance requirements of RC Racing. It's all about "aero" in racing these days.
...awe come on man!
- you forgot to mention the Honda Civic roofline and the Jag XF headlights. You are so right though, it's quite a mongrel. lol!
BTW Question: Has Audi ever released an R9? Does Nissan really have this shape of taillamp on any one of their cars?
Thanks for your honest opinions - I value them all
. Sorry it took me so long to answer your questions.
Dale Epp - Protoform Race Bodies