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Race Engine Technology - Issue 064

Highlights in this issue include an Insight into the new Formula 3 engines, a Dossier on RYE's LM P2 Ford V6 turbo and Focus articles covering Camshafts and Transmissions. 

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Issue 64 - August 2012

  • Intro: THE EDITOR - Given the similarity between LM P2 and Daytona Prototype engines, Why don’t their regulations come together for the common good?
  • Grid: IN THE NEWS - Issue of diesel-petrol parity in the Le Mans 24 Hours rolls on, Prototype engine designers enter a new era in which peak power is at minimum bsfc, and more…
  • Insight: NEW FORMULA THREE ENGINES - Alan Lis talks to a Formula Three insider about the impact the new Formula Three regulations will have on engine developers
  • Dossier: RYE FORD V6 TWIN TURBO - Ian Bamsey investigates how and why RYE is replacing its multiple Daytona 24 Hour-winning Ford V8 with a V6 twin turbo
  • Race Report: BRITISH GRAND PRIX - Ian Bamsey’s annual mid-season Formula One powertrain review highlights Renault’s highs and lows
  • Focus: CAMSHAFTS - Wayne Ward details the key factors that need to be borne in mind when designing or specifying a camshaft
  • Formula Student: UNIVERSITY OF BATH APRILIA V2 - Team Bath Racing’s powertrain manager Graham Iles explains the rationale behind the University of Bath’s choice of an Aprilia V2
  • Race Report: LE MANS PROTOTYPES - Ian Bamsey reviews the Prototype engines that contested Le Mans in 2012, which was an historic event in more than one respect
  • Focus: TRANSMISSIONS - David Cooper examines the technologies behind some of the key transmission components – their materials, manufacture and the design issues involved
  • PS: RENAULT’S EF3 - In which we recall the significance of this version of Renault Sport’s Formula One V6 turbo

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