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Race Engine Technology - Issue 096

Highlights in this issue include a conversation with Doug Yates, a dossier on the RML WTCC I4 turbo and a look at the NGM Duramax V8 turbodiesel. Reports on the Le Mans prototype engines of 2016 and the Isle of Mann TT 2016 as well as focus articles covering fuels, pushrods, rockers and lifters.

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Issue 96 - August 2016

  • Intro: THE EDITOR - When the IndyCar, WEC and Formula One regulations are next revised, why not allow manufacturers to use the same core engine across them all? 
  • Grid: IN THE NEWS - We talk to Mercedes AMG HPP about Formula One and LM P1, and to Roush Yates Engines about the fresh challenges in the wake of NASCAR’s switch to roller lifters 
  • In Conversation: DOUG YATES - Roush Yates Engines’ co-owner tells Lawrence Butcher how the company became involved in Ford programmes as diverse as stockcar racing and Le Mans 
  • Dossier: RML WTCC I4 TURBO - Lawrence Butcher investigates the development of this versatile engine designed under Global Race Engine regulations 
  • Focus: FUELS - The fuels used by race engines have arguably one of the greatest influences on their performance. David Cooper explains the factors in their composition 
  • Report: LE MANS PROTOTYPE ENGINES 2016 - RET’s unique annual Le Mans Prototype power unit report this year features seven contenders, the newest of which went from hero to zero in dramatic circumstances. Ian Bamsey has the details 
  • Focus: PUSHRODS, ROCKERS AND LIFTERS - The emphasis on developing pushrod valvetrain components these days is on stiffness rather than low component mass, as Wayne Ward explains 
  • Short Take: NGM DURAMAX V8 TURBODIESEL - Ian Bamsey reports on the development process behind this new contender for top spot in NHRDA racing 
  • Report: ISLE OF MAN TT 2016 - Stewart Mitchell looks at some of the key engines at this year’s TT and how they affected their team’s fortunes 
  • PS: BRITISH SINGLE-CYLINDER BIKES - Extracts from a recent book that recounts the golden age of UK motorcycle engineering

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