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Race Engine Technology - Issue 055

Highlights in this issue include a Dossier on Cornett Racing's DLM Big Bore Chevrolet, an Insight into the Gnani two-stroke and a Focus article covering Liners/Sleeves.

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Issue 55 - June/July 2011

  • Intro: THE EDITOR - Race engine designers need the FIA to get its act together on the next Formula One engine rules change – and soon
  • Grid: IN THE NEWS - Audi divulges details of its Le Mans 24 Hour-winning turbodiesel, Aeristech on turbocharging the turbo, Sonny Leonard’s Big Block monster, and more…
  • In Conversation: MARIO ILLIEN - Anne Proffit caught up with Mario Illien at the 2011 Indianapolis 500 as he prepared for the return of Chevrolet
  • Dossier: CORNETT RACING ENGINES BIG BORE CHEVROLET - Ian Bamsey investigates the latest development in the rough-and-tumble world of Dirt Late Model racing
  • Insight: F1 ENGINE SPEED - Roger Bywater analyses the remarkable advances in engine speeds from the 1967 DFV to the 2009 Toyota
  • Focus: NON-METALLICS - Wayne Ward discusses the current and potential future applications of polymers and polymer-matrix composites in the race powertrain
  • Insight: GNANI TWO-STROKE - Giuseppe Gasparini visits two-stroke wizard Gabriele Gnani at his workshop in Bertinoro, which is integral to Italy’s ‘Motor Valley’
  • Expo: ENGINE EXPO - Ian Bamsey reports from the annual Engine Expo in Stuttgart, Germany, where race and road cross over
  • Motorcycle: MOTO3 - Neil Spalding finds Honda’s new Moto3 machine is a pragmatic yet intriguing evolution from some earlier models
  • Focus: LINERS - Wayne Ward discusses the design and production of cylinder liners, and the coating and preparation of cylinder bore surfaces
  • Formula Student: ALM AT WARWICK RACING - The University of Warwick gives an insight into the use of Additive Layer Manufacturing in its recent Formula Student powertrains
  • PS: ALFA ROMEO DTM V6 - The V6 has been rare in top-level racing since Formula One’s last turbo era, with Alfa’s DTM entry being a notable exception

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