Six members of BBB Motorsports made the trek down to Levi Hollow Farms in Stout, OH to train in the vehicles over break. The entire weekend was spent in the cars, learning their limits and how they handle. The experience was invaluable the team's less-experienced drivers, and ought to give the team a competitive advantage at the SAE sanctioned event in June.
Over the summer, Jacob Rhodes, the team's Chief Engineer, brought both cars down to Stout for about 120 cumulative hours of testing. Knowledge gained from this additional driving time, along with the experience from fall break, will be used to build a lighter and faster car for this year's competitions.
Posted by Alyssa Wolff on November 8, 2012.