This car is cool, at least I think it is. So cool in fact that it deserves better than to be folded into a broader thread. And it's already working, already winning, already bringing more good attention from outside to motorsport than a whole grid full of cookie cutter F1 cars only a small handful the most devoted anoraks could reliably identify minus their liveries. As proof I offer this article from Wired--which I found myself at times actually nodding in agreement with. And I never find much if anything to agree with in most motorsport coverage outside the specialty press.