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Twisting in the Wind—The Greenwood Corvettes

Photo: Hal Crocker

In the world of motor sports, the wind genie escaped from his bottle during the mid-1960s, and once racers came to realize he was not going to be enticed back inside, they typically began exploring the myriad ways to make the new science of aerodynamics work to their advantage.

This, of course, inspired the sport’s rulesmakers to try to control what could and could not be done to the cars, which sent everyone in search of loopholes that would let them circumvent the regulations with inventive new ways to make their cars ever better and ever faster.

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