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Race Engine Technology - Issue 067

Highlights in this issue include a Dossier on the Audi Le Mans hybrid system, a look at Jim Hughes' innovative Dart drag V8 and Focus articles covering Piston Rings and Turbos and Superchargers.

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Issue 67 - December/January 2013

  • Intro: THE EDITOR - 2012 will go down in history as the year that energy recovery became the powertrain factor on a top-level racing series
  • Grid: IN THE NEWS - How the new Formula One and LMP regulations are proving good news for suppliers, details unveiled of a unique ‘cage piston’ concept, and more…
  • In Conversation: ANDY COWELL - Andy Cowell, who oversees Mercedes’ Formula One powertrain engineering effort, discusses the development of KERS with Ian Bamsey
  • Dossier: AUDI LE MANS HYBRID SYSTEM - Ian Bamsey is given an exclusive in-depth insight into Audi’s 2012 hybrid system, which became the first such technology to conquer Le Mans
  • RACE ENGINE OF THE YEAR - We reveal the category winners and the overall race engine of 2012, as selected by our international jury of professionals
  • Focus: PISTON RINGS - David Cooper gives a guide to choosing and using piston rings, and gives an update on the evolution of the technology
  • Race Engine Digest: JIM HUGHES/DART V8 DRAGSTER - Lawrence Butcher reports on a US project to develop a naturally aspirated drag race engine producing 1500 hp
  • Report: PMWE 2102 - Ian Bamsey walks the aisles of the Professional Motorsport World Expo, seeking out products of interest to powertrain professionals
  • Focus: TURBOS AND SUPERCHARGERS - Forcing air into an engine to increase its performance continues to bring with it a host of issues, as Wayne Ward reports
  • Race Engine Digest: ROBBY MOTO MOTO3 ENGINE - Giuseppe Gasparini recently visited Robby Moto Engineering to report on the challenge of developing its brand-new Moto3 engine
  • PS: PORSCHE AT LE MANS AND INDIANAPOLIS - A 2014 LM P1 engine could be designed as a dual-purpose unit for IndyCar as well – nothing new for Porsche though, which has been down that route before

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