Ohlins TTX 4-way adjustable coil overs are used in the rear suspension. They are mounted on weight jackers stolen from a circle track car. I really like this feature because ride height and corner weights can be quickly adjusted independently from spring preload.
A Speedway Engineering tubular rear anti-sway bar is used with a blade type adjuster making adjustments fast and easy.
You can see how the weight jacker works here, just crack the lock nut and spin the threaded rod. No fighting the spring with a spanner that wants to slip off and bust your knuckles!
Here is the high mounted tubular Speedway Engineering anti-sway bar.
The rear TTX dampers are adjustable for high and low-speed compression and rebound damping. The adjusters are easily accessible for quick adjustments in the pits.
The front suspension is unequal length A-Arm with fabricated uprights and modern low scrub geometry. The suspension is designed for low bump steer, good camber curve, good roll center height, and is fully adjustable.