Based on the concept of 300, 328 evolved to maximise locker space on the goose neck, the lower deck design was to maximise the loading of flight cases during transport yet still function as a workshop at the circuit.
External: 13.6m x 4m travelling height race transporter, 2,500kg 2 tier dhollandia Tail lift, 13 kva marine application generator, hydrovane compressor, self seeking satellite, wireless internet, HMS hydraulic pop up roof, 2 x 13m x 8 awnings, 8m mast, Pop up roof to give 2.2m when projected.
Workshop: The workshop area has a fixed height of 2m and will carry 1 cars of a maximum height of 1.1m, The main difference with this transporter to ref 300 is the lower deck has been designed to accommodate large flight case for the fly away races, an engineers dyno cell is installed at the front of this area.
Top Deck: The top deck has a 1300mm height when travelling that will allow for the storage of 2 cars or flight cases and pit equipment. In circuit configuration it forms an engineers office for 12 people in the centre section, driver room at the rear & management office at the front. All the desk fold up when arriving at the circuit and each engineer has his own storage area the seats are removable to maximise loading space, this area is also fitted with circuit data TV’s and satellite TV, remote printers, air conditioning.
Management office: On the goose neck is a management office that functions with the roof up only, external storage lockers are below the office. Individual air conditioning, satellite, removable table for additional storage, leather seating, sued walls as per the engineer’s room.
Drivers room: In under 5 minutes a separate room can be installed at the rear of the top deck that can act as beds or seating for the drivers with room to hang overalls and have massages etc.
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