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(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 12 issues per year RACE TECH magazine is the only independent technology led motorsport magazine that focuses on every aspect of racing car engineering. Totally international in its outlook, it covers everything that can be found competing on the track from Formula One to the Clubman's single seaters, from NASCAR to the Silver Crown cars and from sports racing cars to the weekend hillclimb specials.

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Race Tech  |  179  


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Ground Effect - If we want the next generation of Formula 1 cars to overtake each other on the racetrack, there's one area the 2017 rules need to focus on. Our Expert Witness, a knowledgeable insider - explains why F1 is poised to introduce a modern ground effect
NEW ENGINE TECH SERIES
After 120 years most engine builders are selecting the camshaft valve event timing based on a combination of experience, dyno test results and a big dose of guesswork. But shouldn't we have moved on from there? David Vizard investigates power-critical valve event criteria - what works, and why?
LIGIER JS P3
With Onroak's LMP3 challenger pounding the test track ahead of its competition debut, Chris Pickering examines the latest racecar in the Ligier bloodline
F1 2017: THE SEARCH FOR THE 'PERFECT' CAR
Do we go with Bernie's 1,000 bhp idea, Max Mosley's counter-proposal, or do we canvas the fans, the drivers or the tech chiefs? Sergio Rinland and Chris Ellis put forward their theories
INDUSTRY NEWS
IndyCar tragedy prompts renewed calls for single-seater canopies; NASCAR aero trials bring mixed results; Opel signs up for TCR Touring Cars; new engine joins BTCC grid; Formula E gears up for season two
COMMENT
With the ERS soon capable of providing potentially all of an F1 car's braking, Chris Ellis considers the role of the disc brake
Last Lap: Sergio Rinland ponders the heroes of the past and the fans of the future
FACE TO FACE
LMP3 is quickly establishing itself as the first rung on the endurance racing ladder. The category may be new but, as ACO tech director Vincent Beaumesnil tell Chris Pickering, the dream has long been cherished
FORMULA 1
The fight for fifth place in the Constructors' Championship, or the audition to become Renault's works F1 team? William Kimberley analyses the battle between Lotus, Force India and Toro Rosso
RACE TECH magazine is the only independent technology led motorsport magazine that focuses on every aspect of racing car engineering. Totally international in its outlook, it covers everything that can be found competing on the track from Formula One to the Clubman's single seaters, from NASCAR to the Silver Crown cars and from sports racing cars to the weekend hillclimb specials.

RACE TECH is an indispensable publication for everyone involved in the motorsport industry from engineers to technicians, team managers to drivers, from aerodynamicists to designers as well as to the serious enthusiast who wishes to be better involved.
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Race Tech   |   179   


ON THE COVER
Ground Effect - If we want the next generation of Formula 1 cars to overtake each other on the racetrack, there's one area the 2017 rules need to focus on. Our Expert Witness, a knowledgeable insider - explains why F1 is poised to introduce a modern ground effect
NEW ENGINE TECH SERIES
After 120 years most engine builders are selecting the camshaft valve event timing based on a combination of experience, dyno test results and a big dose of guesswork. But shouldn't we have moved on from there? David Vizard investigates power-critical valve event criteria - what works, and why?
LIGIER JS P3
With Onroak's LMP3 challenger pounding the test track ahead of its competition debut, Chris Pickering examines the latest racecar in the Ligier bloodline
F1 2017: THE SEARCH FOR THE 'PERFECT' CAR
Do we go with Bernie's 1,000 bhp idea, Max Mosley's counter-proposal, or do we canvas the fans, the drivers or the tech chiefs? Sergio Rinland and Chris Ellis put forward their theories
INDUSTRY NEWS
IndyCar tragedy prompts renewed calls for single-seater canopies; NASCAR aero trials bring mixed results; Opel signs up for TCR Touring Cars; new engine joins BTCC grid; Formula E gears up for season two
COMMENT
With the ERS soon capable of providing potentially all of an F1 car's braking, Chris Ellis considers the role of the disc brake
Last Lap: Sergio Rinland ponders the heroes of the past and the fans of the future
FACE TO FACE
LMP3 is quickly establishing itself as the first rung on the endurance racing ladder. The category may be new but, as ACO tech director Vincent Beaumesnil tell Chris Pickering, the dream has long been cherished
FORMULA 1
The fight for fifth place in the Constructors' Championship, or the audition to become Renault's works F1 team? William Kimberley analyses the battle between Lotus, Force India and Toro Rosso
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Race Tech magazine print subscription.
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