John Wright reckoned he worked out the Broadley approach to rising rate suspension in his car...
KB made a lot of changes to his, including (IIRC) T332 rear suspension.
It was Patrick Head who solved the problems with the Lola T400 suspension
This was due to Richard Scott, who was at the time driving the Durex sponsored
T400, having had Patrick come and take a look at the car, as no one, including
Lola could make any sense of the thing Patrick Head had designed the Scott F2
car for Richard, hence the connection He drew up the modifications required,
and the new parts and mods were done prior to the Silverstone round in April '75
where he was soon competitive and won the event at ease
Lola then copied what they had done and the changes were then made to the VDS
run T400s of Gethin and Pilette, and they were then quickly on the pace
This then became the update kit from Lola for the T400, for which most of them were fitted
More development and changes would have been done as things progressed, but Mr Heads
initial input changed the device from a bit of a dog into something worthwhile