2001-2004 Lola B01/60 (MG EX257)

Images copyright and courtesy Bob Chapman @ Autosport Image, Patrick Michl, Greg Cooper and Michael J. Fuller
Text copyright Michael J. Fuller

The MG has a particularly efficient from wheel fender shape.  The edge rolling outboard limits bow wake reducing overall drag.  This is the debut outboard fender shape and would be the fender run at the lower downforce tracks such as Le Mans when the new fender shape (below) was introduced.
In 2003 Lola continued to develop the B01/60 chassis.  The outboard front fender edge was redesigned with an even harder edge to it and pocketed for the fitment of dive planes, which ultimatel mades it even more reminiscent of the B2K/40.
At the 2003 Petit Le Mans, the Intersport Lola-Judd also showed up with the newly developed dive-plane pocket (shown here running without the dive planes).
There is an additional NACA duct in the front bodywork (next to the IMSA sticker) to cool the front brakes calipers.  The main duct in the center (partially taped off) cools the upright and brake disc. 
The upper and lower A-arms of the front suspension mounts via metal flexures, not the traditional rose joints.  The flexures elminate friction within the suspension system and provide some additional dampening.

©Copyright 2003, Michael J. Fuller