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Race Engine Technology - Issue 056

Highlights in this issue include a Dossier on the HPD Honda LM P2 V6 Turbo, an Insight into the Polimotor and Focus articles covering Lubricants and Oil Pumps.

£18.00 (£18.00)

Issue 56 - August 2011

  • Intro: THE EDITOR - Motorsport needs to move with the technological times if it is to attract the all-important next generation of audiences
  • Upfront: FORMULA ONE ENGINES - Ian Bamsey considers what has been learned about Formula One engine operation through the row at Silverstone over exhaust-blown diffusers, plus Mercedes’ side of the controversy
  • Grid: IN THE NEWS - What the 2014 Formula One regulations are likely to mean for engine builders, the engine that took one motorcyclist past the 300 mph barrier, and more...
  • Dossier: HPD HONDA LM P2 V6 TURBO - Ian Bamsey investigates the engine that won the first new-generation LM P2 race, the HPD Honda HR28TT
  • Focus: OIL PUMPS - How do you build an oil pump to cope with the ever-growing output of race engines? Wayne Ward reports
  • Insight: POLIMOTOR - John Stowe charts the history of the Polimotor engine and the man who made it possible, Matti Holtzberg 
  • Race Report: LE MANS PROTOTYPES - Ian Bamsey reviews the engines that contested Le Mans in 2011, which provided one of the most memorable 24 Hour races in history
  • Motorcycle: MOTO3 - Neil Spalding reports on some recent engine and ECU announcements aimed at the Moto3 series starting next year
  • Focus: LUBRICANTS - John Coxon gives a choosing and using guide to this, the lifeblood of any engine
  • PS: ELECTRAMOTIVE NISSAN - We remember Electramotive’s Nissan-based turbo engine, one of the few V6 engines used for Prototype racing

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