We can see the right side of the vehicle which shows the connection wires for the Kistler RoaDyn wheel force sensors running from the front to rear and up into the data capture computer sitting in the passenger seat.

Following up from yesterday's Murcielago/Jota replacement test mule headline, here are the latest images of the Jota in attack mode on the Nürburgring circuit in Germany.

These shots are showing from a new angle the widened fenders which look even more pronounced compared to yesterday's images. Also, we can see the right side of the vehicle which shows the connection wires for the Kistler RoaDyn wheel force sensors running from the front to rear and up into the data capture computer sitting in the passenger seat.

Lastly, there is what seems to be a cumbersome GPS receiver sitting on the roof, however, it's more likely an accelerometer (see attached image) thats part of the RoaDyn monitoring system.

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