+1 with Randy
Was reading attentivly all your thread ; may I post some thoughts ?
On the 80's we had on aTrack french championship a Car builder building and selling some sport car with "almost "same Aerodinamics ; unfortunatly
they suffer lot of issues with cooling
Just scroll down this link and read what the ingineer ( was my friend competitor at the time !!) was talking about ;
Look at the test they did !!! ( remind the actual Ford VS Ferrari film !!!)
From what I remind some of the teams covered both sides in period ( racing purpose evidently ) but "collector owners" are today more inclined to come back to originals lines
On another hand I have ( like some members stated before) to admit and recognise you are really talented with lines and drawings and your project need to be attentivly followed !! Congratulations ......
Some advise on CFRP ;
Being involved for quite long period in this process ( In charge of many LMP tubs and bodies fabrication )
Be aware that low temp CF is usable mostly for bodywork pur pose and not tubs due to the lack of hightstrenghs prepeg "twills" avaible ( hence this is valuable for very hight powered projects !!!
Infusion can be avery smart solution ( again mostly for the bodywork ) but building your CF tub will need to ingineer a honeycomb core use, so infusion could be a very very thought process VS prepeg ; you could not use one shot process and have to face the issue of bonding the honeycomb
in beetwen the 2 skins ( without talking about how to firmly insert aluminum stuff to get suspension picking points)
However as French people are saying ; "Paris ne s'est pas fait en un jour" !!! so I wish you plenty of determination and am sure you will be able few by few to discover how to solve those CFRP questions with "homebuilt" fashion !!!
There are some non expensive solutions that have been used by the past ......
Will follow your built with lot of interest