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F1 Race Technology - Volume 7

Highlights in this issue include insights into the Sauber C31, the Lotus E20, the Williams FW34 and the Force India VJMO5. As well as a review of 2012 and focus articles covering transmissions and manufacturing. 

£20.00 (£20.00)

May 2013

No matter how good a driver is, in technology-led Formula One he is at the mercy of the competitiveness of his car. What are the factors that make a car capable of running at a competitive pace in qualifying and the race? 

Although there is much secrecy in Formula One, each year this in depth review of the sport’s engineering gets below the sponsors liveries to explain precisely what is going on at the heart of the machines and the secrets of those that are quick.

Contents are:

  • Intro: THE EDITOR - The constant battle between rule-makers and race engineers is what makes Formula One technology development so fascinating – and long may it continue
  • Grid: IN THE NEWS - Why the 2012 grid was closer together than ever, a system for monitoring front-tyre temperatures, and a look back at the sad demise of HRT
  • Insight: SAUBER C31 - Ian Bamsey discusses the development of the impressive Sauber C31-Ferrari with Matt Morris and Gianpaolo Dall’Ara
  • Review: 2012 - Ian Bamsey considers the key technical trends of 2012
  • Insight: LOTUS E20 - Ian Bamsey asks James Allison about the initial development of the Lotus F1 Team’s 2012 Grand Prix winner
  • Focus: TRANSMISSIONS - As ever, it’s the regulations that are driving – and will continue to drive – innovation in transmission systems, as Lawrence Butcher reports
  • Insight: WILLIAMS FW34 - Williams was a rejuvenated team in 2012; in mid-season Ian Bamsey asked the team’s Mark Gillan how that came about
  • Insight: AERODYNAMICS - Lawrence Butcher presents highlights of a lecture given by Sauber F1’s head of aerodynamics Willem Toet
  • Insight: FORCE INDIA VJM05 - Force India’s technical director Andrew Green explains to Ian Bamsey the team’s approach to aerodynamics – as embodied by the VJM05
  • Focus: DESIGN & MANUFACTURING - Lawrence Butcher catches up on the latest developments in component manufacturing technologies
  • GRAND PRIX PADDOCK - As the 2013 season was getting underway, Lawrence Butcher talked to a Formula One insider about the novelties of the teams’ latest technology
  • FORMULA ONE SUPPLIERS - Our listing of companies offering Formula One-level products and services
  • PS: SAUBER’S SPORTSCAR HERITAGE - Charting Peter Sauber’s track record from 1967 to his Formula One beginnings

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