Hyper 8 - Philosophy
"If it is not on your car; it cant break, it weighs nothing and it is for free."
Keeping a racing car as simple as possible is a very important rule. It is also a very tricky rule to stick to.
Asking the question "why?" before installing anything (and we mean "anything") is a good start.
Translate this to "Think, think, think" and you are on the way.
To assemble a racing car is a simple task.
To come up with brilliant ideas is also relatively simple.
To scrutinize your own ideas, before commencing, is the hard part.
The cost-to-gain ratio is also very important.
By replacing every possible part whith carbon-fibre materials, the car would become much lighter but also very expensive.
The Hyper 8 will be built in an affordable manner, meaning that anyone owning a Seven should easily be able to copy our ideas without going bankrupt.