LeMans » Motoyama's heroic attempt to save DeltaWing

A video showing the emotion of Satoshi Motoyama's heroic, 90 minute long, battle to keep the DeltaWing in the Le Mans 24 Hours after a crash in the Porsche Curves

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June 21, 2012 10:19 PM

"A light car obviously accelerates better for a given amount of power, or uses less fuel if you're that way inclined. But it's actually a bit more complex than that. The effects of excess weight are compounded by movement, because inertia, the reluctance of the car to change its speed and direction, then becomes the issue." G.M.

The Delta Wing is the most radical thing to happen in racing in quite some time, so naturally it won't appeal to the conventional thinking masses at first.

Really hoping it will race in next years 24 hour.

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