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DJR Team Penske Boss Ryan Story says that the Supercars-spec Mustang & # 39; always polarizing in terms of his observation, but is satisfied with the finished product.
The Mustang, developed and co-condoled by DJRTP, made a split opinion when the prototype was exposed in an accelerated period last year.
The bubble style roof, due to the control of Supercars chassis, as well as the low nose, swooping and huge rear wing, a mixed media media reaction.
A story said the need for a two-door car to be drawn over the chassis, of course, was "challenging" visual, and hopes to reveal full-time cars in recent days that people have packed at the car without to be a camouflage scheme.
"I think they would be a little bit of pollution, in terms of our decisions to make sure that we met the rules of Supercars and Mustang to effectively fit the chassis control," he said as Scott's curriculum exposure McLaughlin on Monday.
"It was always challenging. As he looked back at the camouflage, there was not a very good job for some of the elements to hide the car.
" But he did a great deal today's exposure, while Ford's soft move was at the same time last week that it was very exciting for people to see Cars for the first time.
"We've managed to keep up with our ears, which is good.
" Some of the mixed reaction was interesting, but we need to take it in our first.
"I think the car sees the goods paint war and Brian Novak from Ford Performance said it's better ̵
Although the main roof line of the control system is most of the fault on the Mustang features, there are a number of elements – such as the rear wing and a low nose – which are closely linked to efficiency Air does not comply with Supercars control regulations.
Although the specifications of the aero package are not expanding, Scéal acknowledges that performance has started at times of See aesthetics.
"It was a crucial part of our story," he said.
McLaughlin said he was happy with the final look of the car in his proper play.
"I love it. The back wing is a little bit of talk between many people, but when it looks like the stickers on it, it's really cool," he said.
"I think it's hard."
DJRTP is also certified to make a driver completely unchanged throughout the season.
As expected, Alex Premat returned to the McLaughlin partner for the long-term races, and Tony D 'Alberto is back with Fabian Coulthard for enduros.
"Alex is superstar, and a man who really put the second half of my season really up in the past two years," said McLaughlin.
"Without the speed and experience of Alex in the car over the enduros, I do not think you can win the championship."