Would probably have to be a quite massive crosswind, considering the kind of airflow the car would be be creating front to rear while blasting down at 195 mph. Might be interesting at lower speeds though.Intriguing design with the 'fin' that extends from the cabin to the rear spoiler. Reminds me of the older Toro Rosso F1 car.
I wonder how much of an impact that could have if there is a high crosswind. Imagine 195mph down the Sarthe straight and a massive crosswind catches the side of that thing.
Porsche returns to the 24h of Le Mans: a very good reason for Audi to pay them a visit with the Audi R18 e-tron quattro and to welcome them in their very own way.
Richard Meaden is given the once in a lifetime chance to drive Audi's 2014 Le Mans race winning R18 e-tron quattro on track.