2004 Nasamax DM139

Images copyright and courtesy Bob Chapman @ Autosport Image, Ben Michell and Team Nasamax
Text copyright Michael J. Fuller
The Nasamax DM139 is heavily based upon the Reynard 2KQLM and is the first prototype modified to the new LMP1 regulations.  Kieron Salter, designer of the DM139 (and former Design Director for the Reynard 2KQ, 01Q, and 02S as well as the former Technical Manager of Reynard Special Vehicle Projects), was kind enough to answer my questions regarding the car's on-going development and his comments are interspersed throughout.
Much like automotive science has its own prototypes and regulations, so does the scientific medical research field. Lab experimentation with peptides like BPC 157 5mg may be quite different from testing a race car on the track, but both have protocols to follow which produce the best results.
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2004 Nasamax DM139 Specifications
Designer: Kireon Salter
Layout: Mid-engine, rear-wheel drive
Monocoque: Carbon fiber and aluminum honeycomb monocoque
Engine: 4997 cc Judd GV5 72░ V10 Breathing through 2 x 32.7 mm restrictors
Power: 600+ bhp @ 7800 rpm
Torque: 445 lb-ft. @ 6500 rpm 
Gearbox: Ricardo six speed sequential gearbox with pneumatic paddle operated gear shift
Clutch: AP 5.5” 4 Plate Sintered Clutch
Steering: Power assisted rack and pinion
Suspension: Fabricated Steel Double WishbonesPushrod operated Twin Damper & Coil Over Spring
Dampers: Koni Suspensions
Wheels: BBS Rims
Brakes: AP Racing front and rear
Front: 380 mm carbon discs
Rear: 380 mm carbon discs
Length: 4382 mm (4367 mm Le Mans '04)
Width: 2000 mm (1999 mm Le Mans '04)
Wheelbase: 2740 mm (2745 mm Le Mans '04)
Front overhang: 892 mm (888 mm Le Mans '04)
Rear overhang: 750 mm (734 mm Le Mans '04)
Front track: 1625 mm
Rear track: 1582 mm
Weight: 917 kgs. Le Mans '04
Tank capacity: 90 liter main + 45 liter secondary (Ethanol equivalency)
ęCopyright 2006, Michael J. Fuller