Bob Pierce: “This Docol, you can get it pretty darn thin. It flexes, it’s got memory, it comes back, it doesn’t break. It’s badass.”
It’s a never ending search to find an advantage in auto racing. The search is spent in every corner of the sport. Teams will spend the entire year seeking mechanical advantages, setup breakthroughs and race car design.
But it all starts with the frame. As a chassis designer, Bob Pierce found one of those advantages. Until… everyone else caught on.
It’s the cycle of race car engineering. At the same point, that sometimes goes hand in hand with the costs of the sport.
Would you like to see the costs come down? Mark Richards says, ‘the most rules you make, the more you spend.’ Do you mirror those thoughts?