Because we’ve designed this race vehicle to be while having genuine fun in some kind of swirling mixture of storytelling, weld smoke, machining chips, bragging, garage parties, music, deadly serious engineering work and concentrated creativeness while creating t-shirts and The SSR logo.
November 2013: We read the SCTA ruels and regualtions and invited Tim Walker, a real aerodynamic expert. The result? Some coffee stained drawings and nice a evening in the garage. Anything else? A lot more work...
November 2013: But before starting to run, the team needed to show the ability to walk. It was obvious that all of us could handle workshop equipment, but could we work together? We started with three hours of rust repair, one in each corner of the car. Quietly cutting, grinding and welding with a surprisingly effective result. Conclusion: What could possibly go wrong from now on? We'll race on the salt and the dirt.
We needed another roof, so we went to Harry. AmazonHarry. Kalle determined as always, took the biggest available angle grinder and applied force. Floby, the village nearby, experienced as a consequence a blackout. But eventually we got our roof.
March 2014: Early Spring, the Team and a chop top Amazon body. Life's great!
April 2014:Good Racing Stuff arrives from over there (US of A)
In April 2014 we were as well proud of our new T-Shirts. Pictures illustrates fresh t-shirts on happy gearhead !
The Royal Rockers in action.
September 2014: The transmission, the clutch and our homemade SSR flywheel meet each other for the first time. A perfect fit.