Today's Indy cars could be obsolete if this bad-ass proposal is accepted by the Izod IndyCar series. The hunt for the next generation of open-wheel race cars is on, and this design from racecar builder DeltaWing made jaws drop all over the Chicago Auto Show this week.
This is not just some far-fetched fantasy — its design team has a credible racing pedigree, including a former lead designer at Lola. But really, can you see these land-based aircraft zipping around the track at the Indianapolis 500? Hell, yeah!
Nice job, guys. We're especially taken by the vertical stabilizer in back. Take a look at this animation, and join us while we wonder if this road rocket's narrow front and closely situated front wheels (dude, where's my downforce?) might get a little squirrely in the turns: