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Race Engine Technology - Issue 107

Highlights in this issue include a conversation with IMSA's Mark Raffauf, a dossier on the Pipo Moteurs RallyX engine. Race Engine of the Year 2017, the 1921-22 Sunbeam and the challenge of Dakar. A report from PMWE 2017 as well as focus articles covering valve springs & dynamometers.

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Issue 107 - December/January 2018

  • Intro: THE EDITOR - Rallycross cars make ideal candidates for electrification, which can only help boost the sport’s already soaring success 
  • Grid: IN THE NEWS - Scope widens for independent LM P1 engine suppliers, details of Porsche’s all-new 991 GT3 Cup engine, Formula One engine proposals for 2021, and much more… 
  • In Conversation: MARK RAFFAUF - IMSA’s senior director of race operations tells Ian Bamsey about the aims behind the Daytona Prototype international engines 
  • Dossier: PIPO MOTEURS RALLYX - Stewart Mitchell investigates this bespoke engine developed for the World Rallycross Championship 
  • RACE ENGINE OF THE YEAR 2017 - We reveal the category and overall winners of the Race Engine of the Year 2017, as judged by 50 engine engineers worldwide 
  • Focus: VALVE SPRINGS - Despite the emergence of alternative powertrain technology, the days of the valve spring are far from over – and their development continues. Wayne Ward reports 
  • Time Capsule: 1921-22 SUNBEAM - Stewart Mitchell charts the early history of this legendary car company and the engineer behind its successes 
  • Challenge Of: DAKAR - Stewart Mitchell examines the powertrain challenges for the T1-class contenders in this gruelling competition 
  • Focus: DYNAMOMETERS - With dynos becoming more important than ever in racing, Matt Grant explains the pros and cons of each type 
  • Report: PMWE 2017 - Stewart Mitchell returns from our annual visit to this premier motorsport show with his round-up of product announcements 
  • PS: COSWORTH’S ROAD-GOING FORMULA ONE ENGINE - Graham Robson relates the tale of this engine in an extract from the latest edition of his book, Cosworth, The Search for Power

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