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- Where once these pieces of carbon-fibre provided some cushioning to the drivers as elements of the car’s suspension, they now provide elegant light. These example use a carbon pushrod as the upright with its polished titanium end acting as the pivot for the lamp housing. This housing is made from a solid, polished titanium monaco version of the steering trackrod. The bases are made from various machined set-up tools. Each lamp will be unique.
F1: COTA prepares for Formula One invasion 14/07/2012
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