And so it begins. Having decided on the front tire diameter now the real suspension design begins. Using Mitchell’s excellent WinGeo3 software, I’m working through many iterations, trying to get static FAPs (Force Application Points.) What’s frustratingly familiar is how I can get static FAPs, and roll centers for that matter, but I’m not happy with the camber gain curves yet. I’m not complaining and quite enjoy the iterative process. It’s a good feeling knowing that once this step is done, the car will have a stable, predictable nature to it, just like Kimini has. And like the Mini, it took weeks to gradually settle on those elusive points in space about which the suspension will pivot.