Here's how McLaren built Fernando Alonso's IndyCar ready for this year's Indy 500, condensed into one handy time-lapse video
McLaren and Alonso really are going all-out for the Indy 500 this year, which has even meant a dedicated IndyCar team building his car at the team’s base in Woking. Since IndyCar is a spec-series, that meant the team received all the chassis components and had to assemble them into a complete Dallara DW12 like the world’s greatest Tamiya kit.
McLaren filmed the whole thing and has released the build as this fascinating time-lapse video, in which the No.66 car goes from a bare monocoque and engine to a complete car in less than a minute.
We’ve got to say, though, given how Alonso is preparing for the race, were surprised the mechanics didn’t put the car together at nine degrees, too…