Being an engineer and fond of fixing vehicles it looks to me like the rear end not only has excessive positive camber, it also appears to have a huge amount of toe in!
That lotus appears to have a lot of rear wheel positive camber, this seems bizarre to me. May be its just a rendered model perspective thing though.The camber is usually opposite to this, so I think it's just the overhead image giving off that impression. I’m sad to see that their not at Jerez this week, but I’m glad that their Ex-principal has seen the light and joined McLaren!!!!! We had the fastest car yesterday by 6 tenths, so I’m keeping my fingers crossed for a successful year this year, last year was the worst season we’ve had since 1980 so it can't get any worse.......
I know it should be the other way around, but since the front wheels do not show weird camber, it seemed not to be a perspective thing... that's why it struck me.
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