Ask any scientist and he or she will surely tell you that the key to any quality experiment with dependable results is the effort put in up front to ensure that the data collection process is sound. Trial runs, mistakes, and miscalculations can be sorted out ahead of time to ensure that the finished product can do what it needs to do precisely how it needs to be done. This process, known as pilot testing, is critical to sound scientific discovery. And most of the time it is messy.
Across the pond in a well-appointed shop located just outside Basingstroke, England dwells a pilot of a different sort. With well over 30 years of racing and fabrication experience in nearly all forms of motorsports, it is no stretch to say that Andy Robinson is one of the most well-respected and highly experienced… Read more of this article. Just click on the digital feature below this introduction.
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