OK Im a newbie and couldnt find an existing link. I understand the aero components of the exige provide 100lb of downforce (although the old hand book has it as 100kgs) However, the actual construction of having the wing attached to a weak rear engine cover that sits on the rear clam and not stabilized to the main substructure makes me wonder how much of the down force is actually transmitted to the suspension and not just lost on a floaty engine cover. Does that make sense? Ive spent a fair amount of time in aviation and never had a functional wing that wasnt integral to the substructure. Ok dorkey question and double negatives, sorry. It still looks cool though.