eRacing Magazine Vol 2. Issue 9 - Page 55

Suspension mounts are fixed on the gearbox, so no change can be carried out, but their current positions means the cars can sit lower to the ground – which isn’t a bad thing.

The car also sees double wishbones all round which have been manufactured from steel. They have been made by Ginetta and Judd and are billet machined, this then houses the two piston calipers brakes with 355mm rotors inside them.

The bulkhead has also been designed to help make it easier for the team to navigate. The anti-role bar is on show and so is the torsion bar suspension.

With this simplify engulfed into the cars design, Bolton University students have been able to run the car in the ELMS all year, start to finish, with 1 win to their name. LMP3 has provided some fantastic racing on a budget, and surprisingly it’s cheaper than owning and running a GT car.