“When we got to Bonneville everything from tire diameter, the plugs, the jets, the speeds, and rpm were all recorded by Dave Ratliff,” Kay remarks. Monday through Thursday Kay’s notes reveal doing alignment adjustments on the front end, even putting louvers in the hood, plus course patrol every night and running the car over a dozen times. Like most crews at Bonneville (then and now) they never stopped. The louver job was accomplished by a cold chisel and hammer. What? You expected a louver press in their bag of tricks?