Initial Canopy Tests Go Well

Marty Knoll demonstrates how the new clear canopy complements the already excellent aerodynamic characteristics of the 1993 Reynard 93H Formula Atlantic that he chauffers for the Tom Johnston Racing Team – IWE photo

Posted: August 25, 2017

The VRCBC took advantage of the BC Historic Motor Races to carry out some initial testing of the new clear cockpit canopy being proposed for introduction with the 2018 Open Wheel Vintage Racing rules on April 1st.  The design work was done by the (in)famous ‘Arold’s Engineering of Chipping Sodbury.

Further information will become available once Tom Johnston Racing completes final wind tunnel testing in North Vancouver.

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