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Race Engine Technology - Issue 048

Highlights in this issue include a Dossier on Porsche's 911 GT3 R Hybrid powertrain technology and Focus articles covering Camshafts and Transmission.

£18.00 (£18.00)

Issue 48 - August 2010

  • Intro: THE EDITOR - Racing powertrain technology is on the verge of a revolution; Ian Bamsey says this issue gives some hints as to what to look for
  • Upfront: MARIO ILLIEN ON FUTURE TECHNOLOGY - Ian Bamsey talks to Mario Illien about his pioneering work in Formula One during the V10 era and the future of race technology
  • Grid: IN THE NEWS - Peugeot’s con rod dramas; HPD’s new LM P2 V6 turbo; Le Mans’ Hybrid u-turn; John Medlen’s new role at DSR and much more
  • Dossier: PORSCHE 911 GT3 R HYBRID POWERTRAIN TECHNOLOGY - Ian Bamsey investigates how flywheel-based storage of recovered kinetic energy has been pioneered in professional racing
  • Race Report: BRITISH GRAND PRIX - Despite the ongoing engine freeze, Ian Bamsey discovers some significant powertrain developments at the British Grand Prix
  • Focus: CAMSHAFTS - Wayne Ward discusses the options available for the design, materials and manufacturing methods for race camshafts
  • Insight: RACE ENGINE INSTALLATION - Le Mans-winning designer Peter Elleray on the relationship between engine and chassis design, highlighting where their needs conflict
  • Focus: THE GEARBOX - John Coxon explains key points in designing and building a motorsports transmission – from the gear teeth to choice of differential
  • Race Report: LE MANS PROTOTYPES - Ian Bamsey gives a rundown of the various engine strategies deployed by this year’s Le Mans Prototype competitors
  • PS: SAUBER C12 TRANSMISSION - How in 1993 Sauber’s first Formula One car prompted a major shift in transmission technology

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