Project Professional Awesome Time Attack Evo: Part 1 – Roll Cage and Chassis in Detail
Hi! For those that don’t know me, I drive the Professional Awesome Evo from time to time. That being said, I am no engineer, I don’t weld, I don’t fabricate, but when it comes to pushing the broom around the shop and holding things while the guys tack important bits of metal in place, I’m a champ. This should be kept in mind when reading this article. I may not be a complete dip sh!t, but I don’t know everything there is to know on this topic. Please don’t hesitate to comment and add to this conversation, let me know where I’m right and where I should get to studying!
Since we’ve passed the disclaimer I should be honest with you, I was supposed to update you along the way of the build of our V2.0 Time Attack Evo. I wrote the initial article, but after that I didn’t complete my task and I blame everyone but myself. I’ve decided, after gentle prompting from Mike Kojima (ie, “Where the hell is the damned story?”), to finish what I started writing months and months ago and give you all the details I can possibly give about the car. Without further ado, here’s part 1.