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16 January 2011

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Magnus

That was me in the Caterham. I was doing a shakedown run before a track event.

The only reason for the helmet is that I was too lazy to put on a windscreen and I didn't want to get roadkill thrown in my face by the car in front of me.

Magnus

Ah. The blue tape.

It is there while (lazily) looking for a stone-chip solution that does not involve bolting a stupid stainless steel plate onto the wing.

My procrastination on this subject has already paid of handsomely since I ripped the entire wing of at the track event when hitting a cone.

Dan Fredman PR

Sorry to hear about the track day incident, but I always figured that it's always worth hoping that the blue tape would hold the wing on...the Caterham looks like a very fun (and adrenaline-inducing) ride.

Jacob Rodman

Ahh, British cars. Some of the most beautiful cars in the world are made in England. That Lotus/Caterham reminds me of the Ariel Atom, only bigger in size. The driver must have taken the inspiration to wear a helmet from Top Gear's Stig, haha. Jeremy Clarkson would be proud.

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