Tino Belli’s career as a racecar designer and engineer has taken the Welshman from rallying to Formula 1 to IndyCar where some memorable and iconic cars have sprung forth from his mind. As a member of the Verizon IndyCar Series’ competition department, Belli has overseen a number of projects, with the most celebrated coming in the form of the new Universal Aero Kit. 

Get to know Belli, his origins in the sport, the inside story on some of his creations–including the fascinating and controversial 1990 March-Porsche Indy car–and the role he played in returning IndyCar to better days with the UAK18 bodywork during his visit to the Marshall Pruett Podcast.

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