Bull City only plans to build straight-rail Asphalt Late Model cars so that its team members can concentrate their expertise specifically in that area. We found lots of things to really like about this clean-sheet design, especially the attention to detail. Notice the raised hoop for the upper shock mounts. This is more noticeable in this car because all the other bars rearward of the hoops have been kept as low as possible to keep the car's center of gravity down. The forward downtubes (from the halo to just behind the shock mount) are designed to help keep the front clip from flexing, which is a common problem with bumpstop cars.