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Race Engine Technology - Issue 060

Highlights in this issue include a Dossier on the unique Goodwin Semi Hemi, In Conversation with Gilles Simon and Focus articles covering Machine Tools and Heads and Blocks

£18.00 (£18.00)

Issue 60 - February 2012

  • Intro: THE EDITOR - Turbocharging took 46 years to establish its place in racing – will electric racecars need just as long?
  • Grid: IN THE NEWS - All-electric Prototype unveiled, proposed rules changes in Prototype racing remain uncertain, Mountune develops Ford engine for Touring Car racing worldwide, and more...
  • In Conversation: GILLES SIMON - Former Ferrari Grand Prix engine designer Gilles Simon is heading the PURE 2014 Formula One engine project. Here he talks to Ian Bamsey
  • Dossier: GOODWIN SEMI HEMI - Truck pulling is as close as it gets to racing engines using dynos. Ian Bamsey examines a successful contender headed for the track
  • Focus: HEADS AND BLOCKS - Wayne Ward catches up on the latest developments in cylinder head and block materials and manufacture
  • Insight: LOTUS COSWORTH TOYOTA V6 - Ian Bamsey investigates a most unusual mid/transverse race engine installation – the Cosworth/Toyota-engined Lotus Evora GTE
  • Motorcycle: YAMAHA M-1 - As MotoGP moves to a new 1000 cc formula, Neil Spalding charts the development of the most successful engine of the 800 cc years
  • Show Report: PRI AND IMIS 2011 - Ian Bamsey walks the miles of aisles at PRI and IMIS in search of noteworthy powertrain products and services
  • Race Engine Digest: SONNY’S 1005 CU IN V8 - Anne Proffit reports on Sonny Leonard’s latest project, a 1005 cu in V8 behemoth nicknamed the Godfather
  • Focus: MACHINE TOOLS - No matter the complexity of the part, or the tolerances required, the kit is available for the job. Lawrence Butcher reports
  • PS: TRUCK PULLING - A glimpse into what’s been called a game of momentum as one of the top drivers in the series does battle with ‘the Eliminator’

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