A single Bosch pump draws fuel from the fuel cell and feeds a Kinsler mechanical fuel pump that is mechanically driven off the dry sump pump. Three CNC Brakes reservoirs feed the Tilton master cylinders behind the pedals on the inside. Immediately to the right is a fuel pressure regulator and the tank next to the regulator is a coolant header tank.
A Peterson breather can sits at the very corner of the enging bay and is used to connect all of the breathers from the block, valve cover, dry sump tank, etc.
This is the final packaging as the car was ran at WTAC 2012. Pretty tidy overall. I might have done a couple things differently, but I didn't build the winning car at WTAC 2012 either. Regardless it works, it's tidy, and it's reliable at that power level.
A Norris Designs 5 stage dry sump system is used. Norris Racing runs a Time Attack EVO in the UK and co-developed their dry sump kit with Titan Motorsport in the UK who are well known in the UK for producing race quality products. A Barnes dry sump pump is used here. I'm not sure if the team changed it out to a Barnes so that they could drive the Kinsler fuel pump off the rear of it or not, but I suspect that is a possibility.
CAD renderings always look cool don't they?
And here it is in real life.
Here's a shot of the Norris Designs sump, front engine mount, PWR radiator and HKS RS intercooler packaging. While the engine mount doesn't look super robust, remember this EVO isn't drag racing either. There will be no 8500 rpm clutch drops on this car.