Racer, Just remembered, I have to go out tomorrow evening, so here is my list to start with.
1. Rod ends loaded in bending at the outer end of both front wishbones. Bump forces will break off the bottom one and brake torque will wring off both top and bottom.
2. No washers under the rod ends (mounted in single shear with a big offset on the upper one). The ball can thus pull out of the rod end and over the bolt head.
3. The lower inner wishbone bracket has a huge overhang and appears to be riveted to the tub with less than 20 cheap 'Pop' rivets! The front row of those rivets are mounted through the skin on the outside of the structure (On the front flange)
4. The outer end of the toe links is attached to the steering arm in single shear and again there is no captive washer.
5. None of the visible 'nylok' nuts has the requisite bolt threads showing.
6 At the back of the car, the roll hoop is attached to the chassis, yet the support is bolted to the engine. In the event of a crash where the engine comes out (not uncommon in F5000) the rollbar goes with the engine!
7. The rear of the roll hoop support is terminated with a rod end, again in single shear with no captive washer.
8. This retaining bolt has no locking system (loctite?) to prevent it backing out.
9. Worse still, this bolt is threaded into a fitting sweated or welded to the pressed metal rocker cover.
10. The upper radius arm, the one that reacts the brake torque into the chassis appears to terminate in another flimsy bracket 'Pop' riveted to the chassis skin.
11. There are no jam nuts on the steering links.
The steering geometry is such that the car will bump steer like crazy (Look at the arc the steering link will pass through compared to the steering arm path)
The car has at least 6" of scrub radius. It would be extremly difficult to steer, and the offset loadings would also be murder on those rod ends.
The lower transverse links appear longer than the uppers and looking at the motion, the car will have a loss of camber in bump or on the loaded front wheel in roll. Perhaps that is why the car has been set up with so much static negative camber.
Have you figured out I dont like it?
Thats enough for now. Maybe someone can add to the list.