Related Photo Galleries
One of the primary goals of the Brown & Miller Motorsports team's test was to find ways to maximize air going through the radiator. After getting a baseline, one of the first changes was to install an aluminum shroud around the radiator which will essentially seal off the gap between the radiator and the hood. By using pressure sensors, A2 can tell how much this changes airflow. The result is an 11 percent gain in air moving through the radiator core-the cooling equivalent of moving 2.8 mph faster at the 140 mph baseline.