The Processes and Technologies Used in the Design, Build, and Test of the Dodge Stratus Super Touring Car 962505
Chrysler is a company run by automotive enthusiasts, and its motorsports programs are an integral part of the company's corporate, brand, and product development process. Chrysler's motorsports programs are executed from within its Platform Team system by the same engineers, using the same processes and facilities as production vehicle programs. This results in teaching and inspiring engineers, designers, and technicians, as well as providing genuine technical benefits to the company. This paper tells the “how” story of the design, build, and test of the Dodge Stratus Super Touring Car. Detailed results have been purposely omitted from the paper due to the competitive nature of motor racing.
Citation: Culbertson, T., Browne, J., and Dion, E., "The Processes and Technologies Used in the Design, Build, and Test of the Dodge Stratus Super Touring Car," SAE Technical Paper 962505, 1996, https://doi.org/10.4271/962505. Download Citation
Timothy J. Culbertson, Joshua B. Browne, Eric P. Dion