The extremely pointy Nissan Deltawing has undergone aerodynamic testing. It appears that the Deltawing teams knows exactly how important this step is, claiming, "if the aero's not right, it doesn't matter how good anything else is; the car will be crap."

Top Gear reports that Martin Brundle, the man who will be driving the car in this year's 25 Hours of Le Mans, said, "My concern is that it'll be too fast. It's got low drag, I think it'll be a real nuisance for us, because it'll be faster in different places. The people who put that together are smart people - I heard it's pulling over three lateral g already."

[via Top Gear]

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