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Race Engine Technology - Issue 108

Highlights in this issue include the first part of Jack Kane's Reno V12 Turbo project report & the challenge of Motocross. A dossier on the SDPC Raceshop EFI V8 & a look at the Magneti Marelli Formula E powertrain. Our report from PRI 2018 as well as focus articles covering exotic materials & machine tools

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Issue 108 - February 2018

  • Intro: THE EDITOR - Using essentially unmodified roadcar engines for GT and Touring Car racing overlooks the enduring need for an engineering dimension to the contests 
  • Grid: IN THE NEWS - Gibson develops an LM P1 engine after its success in P2, independent engine developers voice dismay over World Touring Car Cup rules, and more… 
  • Project: RENO V12 TURBO - Jack Kane is designing and overseeing the development of a turbocharged V12 engine targeted at victory in the Reno Air Races. This is the first part of his project report 
  • Dossier: SDPC RACESHOP EFI V8 - Mike Magda reports on the development of this dragster engine, which is designed for a range of tune-ups and race series 
  • Focus: EXOTIC MATERIALS - Wayne Ward examines the more unusual alloys and composites that can – and can’t – be used to make motorsport components 
  • Race Engine Digest: MAGNETI MARELLI FORMULA E POWERTRAIN - Stewart Mitchell is given an insight into the design and development of this electric racing powertrain 
  • Challenge Of: MOTOCROSS - An unusually open regulatory framework permits extensive engine development in this off-road race series. Stewart Mitchell reports 
  • Focus: MACHINE TOOLS - Stewart Mitchell gives an update on some of the latest technologies being applied to machine tools and what they mean for motorsport 
  • Report: PRI 2017 - As PRI grows in its attraction to race engine professionals from around the world, Ian Bamsey reports on some product highlights of the 2017 show 
  • PS: E-MOTOR TECHNOLOGY - Details of the technology behind a new electric motor that its maker claims is the most power-dense on the market

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