First in a three-part series.
When things heat up, they expand. And when that thing is the axle shaft to your drive train, you're going to have to make adjustments, or else.
Michael Guarraia kneels down next to a metal part that just popped off the rear axle. "OK guys, listen up," he tells his team. "The drive train broke again and we need to find a sustainable solution. This can't happen during the race."
The team members nod and furrow their brows. Some scratch their heads.