Jim Hall was the designer, engineer, and driver behind the legendary Chaparrals - cars that literally changed the face of racing with their focus on aerodynamics, which has now become the key to all race car design.
In the video, Jim candidly talks about what a driver can do to best engineer a race car and explains how aero works.
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