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Race Engine Technology - Issue 061

Highlights in this issue include Insights into Bloodhounds Cosworth F1 power system and Zytek's LM P1 hybrid system plus Focus articles covering Pistons and Engine Control Units. 

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Issue 61 - March/April 2012

  • Intro: THE EDITOR - Occasionally it’s refreshing to look outside the race engine ‘box’ to put everything into perspective – and, perhaps, refresh the soul
  • Grid: IN THE NEWS - IndyCar engine parameters revealed, Formula One KERS insight, Bradshaw’s uprated Nissan V6 turbo, Steve Bown and more...
  • In Conversation: JOHN DARBY - Anne Proffit talks to one of the main players behind NASCAR’s project to bring in electronic fuel injection
  • Insight: BLOODHOUND’S COSWORTH CONNECTION - A wide-eyed Ian Bamsey discovers what happens when a Formula One engine is installed into a 1000 mph jet/rocket car
  • Focus: PISTONS - Is there still much ongoing development in piston technology? Very much so, as Wayne Ward reports
  • Formula Student: OBR ELECTRIC POWERTRAIN - Tom Driscoll of Oxford Brookes Racing describes how his team is developing an all-electric Formula Student powertrain
  • Insight: ZYTEK PERFORMANCE HYBRID SYSTEM - Zytek’s latest ‘hybrid’ kinetic energy recovery system for Prototype racing is state of the art. Ian Bamsey finds out how it works
  • Motorcycle: MOTOGP 1000 CC - The MotoGP 1000 cc formula aims to restrict bore size and reduce rpm and costs, but is that working? Neil Spalding reports
  • Show Report: AUTOSPORT ENGINEERING/INTERNATIONAL 2012 - As the 2011-12 racing trade show season concludes, Ian Bamsey shares his findings from four days atAutosport Engineering/International
  • Race Engine Digest: SHAVER’S WOO V8 - Anne Proffit enters the World of Outlaws to report on a new cylinder head design for Tony Stewart’s Sprint Car team
  • Focus: ENGINE CONTROL UNITS - Lawrence Butcher reports on recent developments in ECU technology and their impact on engine design
  • PS: INDIUM IN BEARINGS - Tracing the development of the shell-type bearing back to World War II and aero engine builder Pratt & Whitney

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