Never before have i seen the A.C.O. bend so easily for a manufacturer. Just to get the prestegious Morgan name back in the race, and all the associated publicity, they allowed a car in with highly questionable aesthetics and boarderline legal dimensions. The windscreen is supposed to be a certain percentage of the width of the body, but the Morgan's is very narrow, too narrow for the regulations in fact. So they have an automatic aerodynamic advantage in that area. However it's not that big of a deal, though, since in pre-qualifying that car was 36 seconds off the pace of the class leader. Thirty six seconds!! That's ludacrous! Hopefully the A.C.O. will disallow this car from the race and let in one of the much more qualified cars like the second Seikel Porsche or the second factory MG/Lola EX257. Sure, the Morgan name is choc-full-o'-heritage, but what good is bringing back an historic name if you're just going to allow one car to drag that name, which was made grade by so many cars, through the mud. Besides, like I said before, this car is grotesque. The combination of stale colors, awkward body, and cross-eyed gaze give this car more than its fair share of putrescence. In short, they should not allow this car to race in the 24 Hours of Le Mans; although, the team should continue to run the car in an effort to develop the chassis and aerodynamics so that they will be better suited for the race next year. Otherwise, they should just scarp the whole idea and save face while there's still time.