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Race Engine Technology - Issue 123

Highlights in this issue include a conversation with DS Techeetah's team principal and the challenge of Aquabike. A dossier on the M-sport Ford Fiesta R5 I4 Turbo as well as an insight into Toyota Racing Development USA. The results of Race Engine of the Year 2019, reports from Testing Expo North America and PMWE 2019 as well as focus articles covering computer aided manufacturing (CAM), turbo's and superchargers.

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123 January 2020

  • Intro: THE EDITOR - In replacing LM P1, Hypercar might be just the thing to add some much-needed variety to Le Mans
  • Grid: IN THE NEWS - Composite con rods from Arthur Warfield & Associates could herald fresh scope for further engine development in Top Fuel/Funny Car, Alma Automotive develops ECU software for HCCI, and much more…
  • In Conversation: MARK PRESTON - DS Techeetah’s team principal gives Stewart Mitchell his take on how Formula E has got to where it is – and where it’s heading
  • Dossier: M-SPORT FORD FIESTA R5 I4 TURBO - Ian Bamsey looks at how M-Sport transformed the Mk VIII Ford Fiesta into its new R5 contender. Research by Stewart Mitchell
  • RACE ENGINE OF THE YEAR 2019 - We reveal the category winners and overall Race Engine of the Year 2019, as judged by a jury of peers
  • Focus: TURBOS AND SUPERCHARGERS - Matt Grant explains the key factors to consider when specifying a turbo or supercharger for a given racing application
  • Insight: TOYOTA RACING DEVELOPMENT USA - TRD USA has mushroomed from Californian speed shop into Indy 500 and Daytona 500-winning powerhouse. Visiting it, Stewart Mitchell heard lessons learned along the way
  • Report: TESTING EXPO NORTH AMERICA - Stewart Mitchell reports from this show with highlights of testing and development products of interest to motorsport powertrain engineers
  • Challenge Of: AQUABIKE - Chris Wilkinson, who runs the successful Victory Team, tells Stewart Mitchell about the challenges of racing a GP1 Kawasaki Ski in World Championship events
  • Focus: COMPUTER AIDED MANUFACTURING - Peter Donaldson explains how CAM technology works and why it’s better than manual methods for building race engines
  • Report: PMWE 2019 - Stewart Mitchell reports with highlights of this recent show, and finds that advances in motorsport technologies continue apace
  • PS: CORVETTE’S INJECTION MILESTONE - As Corvette announces a mid-engined configuration for 2020, we look back to when Chevrolet introduced fuel injection, in 1956

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