|The rebuilt car was completed recently under the direction of chassis engineer Jim Haaser, and the team will put the MINI through its paces during the test day at New Jersey.
“The dyno run went well and we’re anxious to get on track to see what it can do,” says Trinkler. “It’s got the RSR stamp on it with all the changes, so we’re looking forward to seeing it in action. A lot of these changes are part of our efforts to develop the RSR MINIs for the 2011 season.”
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More information on the race from the GRAND-AM website.