This is the first axle design used with this vehicle. This picture was taken before the disc brakes were added. It did not work. Anyway, this project failed for a variety of reasons. The gearbox Sariel invented I have found cannot work in a project that is over 7 pounds in weight. Also, my axle design was very strong and compact.. and the wheel was very well attached and reinforced.. but the weight was too extreme and the vehicle proved unable to move more than 6 inches without having the wheel bend outwards greatly, after the 12 inch mark falling off, breaking the axle, or bending the axle to the point at which the motors were stalled. The vehicle could not move unless placed in 1st (lowest) speed. The vehicle was overall inaccurate, with lots of functions the real GT Spyder did not possess, including front wheel drive, rear wheel steering, lockable differentials, and portal axles. Also, the gearbox should have been a 5 speed + reverse, instead of a 4 speed undefined.