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Race Engine Technology - Issue 068

Highlights in this issue include a conversation with Scott Corriher, a dossier on RYE's Ford FR9 Nationwide, an insight into EFI coming to NASCAR and focus articles covering CFD and exhausts.

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Issue 68 - February 2013

  • Intro: THE EDITOR - Formula E presents fresh opportunities for race engine suppliers – so long as politics don’t get in the way
  • Grid: IN THE NEWS - New engine ushers in fresh era for Formula Three, regulation stability for IndyCar, details of our revamped website, and more…
  • In Conversation: SCOTT CORRIHER - Ian Bamsey talks to Scott Corriher, who runs the engine design, development and preparation  shop that powered Keselowski’s 2012 NASCAR championship win
  • Dossier: RYE FORD FR9 NATIONWIDE - RYE’s NASCAR Nationwide Ford FR9 has won consecutive titles in its first two seasons. Ian Bamsey finds out how
  • Alternative Power: YASA MOTORS - In the first of a new series on aspects of alternative power, Lawrence Butcher looks at a radical design of electric motor
  •  Focus: CFD - These days, Computational Fluid Dynamics is within the reach of a wider range of engine developers than ever, as Wayne Ward reports
  • Insight: EFI COMES TO NASCAR - Ian Bamsey investigates the effect of NASCAR’s switch to electronically controlled fuelling as experienced by Chevrolet supplier ECR Engines
  • Race Engine Digest: NCR - Giuseppe Gasparini recently visited the NCR factory to report on its new Ducati-based creations
  • Focus: EXHAUSTS - David Cooper reports on the technologies underpinning the design and implementation of exhaust systems to enhance engine performance
  • Show Report: PRI & IMIS 2012 - Ian Bamsey walked the 2012 PRI and IMIS shows in search of powertrain interest. This is his in-depth report
  • Martin Sharp explains why a hybrid-powered World Rally Car has never contested a championship rally

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