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(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 8 issues per year Race Engine Technology has established itself, and continues to be, the communications hub of the racing powertrain world. Its incisive analysis reveals secrets of performance. Edited by Ian Bamsey and his team of the best motorsport journalists, engineers and professors, the magazine contains in depth research insights probing significant contemporary race engine projects.

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Race Engine Technology  |  97 Sept-Oct 2016  


Intro: THE EDITOR
Brake by wire, drive by wire, hybrid power units – do today’s Formula One drivers have it all too easy?

Grid: IN THE NEWS
Audi explains how it works to gain parity with its gasoline-fuelled LM P1 rivals, Ilmor responds to our argument for a common core engine, and much more…

In Conversation: JORG ZANDER
Audi went for a total revamp with its 2016 R18 Prototype, and here its technical director tells Lawrence Butcher about the team’s new approach

Dossier: DUTTWEILER TWIN-TURBO V6
Mike Magda describes how one engine builder took a Big Block Chevrolet V8 and converted it to a V6 to make some prodigious horsepower

Report: BRITISH GRAND PRIX 2016
Ian Bamsey looks at the power unit development efforts by the rest of the grid to erode Mercedes’ continuing Formula One dominance

Focus: COATINGS
Dr Dave Cooper discusses some of the widely used high-performance coatings and processes, as well as more specialist options

Race Engine Digest: POLESTAR AUSTRALIAN SUPERCAR V8
Stewart Mitchell traces the development of this bespoke engine produced by Volvo’s in-house performance division

Motorcycle: APRILIA RS GP16 MOTOGP
Aprilia’s latest MotoGP bike has gone through some intensive development this season, as Stewart Mitchell explains

Insight: ADVANCED COMBUSTION
Lawrence Butcher examines the emerging approaches to extracting the utmost engine power in the current fuel flow-limited regime

Focus: BEARINGS
Stewart Mitchell brings us up to date on the latest developments in motorsport engine bearings technology

Report: ENGINE EXPO 2016
Ian Bamsey picks out the motorsport-relevant products and services from this annual automotive exhibition

Insight: CORVETTE GTE/GTLM V8 2015-16
Fresh fine-tuning of this 24-hour races champion has boosted its durability and potency. Ian Bamsey reports

PS: THE MEADOWS I6
This pre-eminent and multi-series race engine of the 1920s and ’30s continues to perform to this day
Race Engine Technology has established itself, and continues to be, the communications hub of the racing powertrain world. Its incisive analysis reveals secrets of performance. Edited by Ian Bamsey and his team of the best motorsport journalists, engineers and professors, the magazine contains in depth research insights probing significant contemporary race engine projects. In addition comprehensive coverage of all new developments and revealing interviews with those central to the on-going evolution of technology.

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Race Engine Technology   |   97 Sept-Oct 2016   


Intro: THE EDITOR
Brake by wire, drive by wire, hybrid power units – do today’s Formula One drivers have it all too easy?

Grid: IN THE NEWS
Audi explains how it works to gain parity with its gasoline-fuelled LM P1 rivals, Ilmor responds to our argument for a common core engine, and much more…

In Conversation: JORG ZANDER
Audi went for a total revamp with its 2016 R18 Prototype, and here its technical director tells Lawrence Butcher about the team’s new approach

Dossier: DUTTWEILER TWIN-TURBO V6
Mike Magda describes how one engine builder took a Big Block Chevrolet V8 and converted it to a V6 to make some prodigious horsepower

Report: BRITISH GRAND PRIX 2016
Ian Bamsey looks at the power unit development efforts by the rest of the grid to erode Mercedes’ continuing Formula One dominance

Focus: COATINGS
Dr Dave Cooper discusses some of the widely used high-performance coatings and processes, as well as more specialist options

Race Engine Digest: POLESTAR AUSTRALIAN SUPERCAR V8
Stewart Mitchell traces the development of this bespoke engine produced by Volvo’s in-house performance division

Motorcycle: APRILIA RS GP16 MOTOGP
Aprilia’s latest MotoGP bike has gone through some intensive development this season, as Stewart Mitchell explains

Insight: ADVANCED COMBUSTION
Lawrence Butcher examines the emerging approaches to extracting the utmost engine power in the current fuel flow-limited regime

Focus: BEARINGS
Stewart Mitchell brings us up to date on the latest developments in motorsport engine bearings technology

Report: ENGINE EXPO 2016
Ian Bamsey picks out the motorsport-relevant products and services from this annual automotive exhibition

Insight: CORVETTE GTE/GTLM V8 2015-16
Fresh fine-tuning of this 24-hour races champion has boosted its durability and potency. Ian Bamsey reports

PS: THE MEADOWS I6
This pre-eminent and multi-series race engine of the 1920s and ’30s continues to perform to this day
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