The Duckmeister wrote:
I want to see some "evidence" from Maryborough in a couple of months.
Well, we didn't manage to catch any of our riders in the act, but we're pretty sure they'd been tinkering with the shape of the car during their stints
There does appear to be some difference between the pre-race condition and the post-race condition
note the hastily made floor made of sheets of polycarbonate and corflute (we had to cut up our presentation boards for these). Something happened to the carbon fibre one... Lesson: single-layer carbon fibre does not make for a structurally sound nose and floor section.
Some damage around the tail where we got tail-ended. If you look closely in this picture, you might also see a mysterious stripe of yellow paint right on the spine of the roof. This magically appeared when a car flipped right over the top of EVO!
Coincidentally, St. Margaret's car Electra was off-track for about 1.5 hours just after this incident occurred. I'll let you draw your own conclusions