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Race Engine Technology - Issue 063

Highlights in this issue include Dossiers on the Puma drag Parallel Twin and KRE's V8 Supercars Holden plus Focus articles covering Fuels and Coatings. 

£18.00 (£18.00)

Issue 63 - June/July 2012

  • Intro: THE EDITOR - Forgotten engine configurations like the parallel twin have become fresh ones – there’s never a dull moment in our world!
  • Grid: IN THE NEWS - Fuel flow metering comes to Le Mans, Audi reveals details of its R18 LM P1 powertrain, IndyCar-engine wins for Chevrolet and HPD, and more…
  • In Conversation: PETE SPENCE - TRD USA’s technical director Pete Spence tells Alan Lis what he’s learned after 20 years at the top levels of motorsport
  • Dossier: PUMA PARALLEL TWIN - Ian Bamsey investigates a fascinating engineering exercise to produce a brand-new supercharged, nitromethane-fed parallel twin
  • Motorcycle: MOTOGP - Neil Spalding reports on the Claiming Rule Teams initiative, aimed at making MotoGP machines less expensive to buy and run
  • Focus: COATINGS - Wayne Ward explains how to use coatings to help improve engine and vehicle performance – without necessarily burning more fuel
  • Race Engine Digest: KIA & KINETIC MOTORSPORTS - Anne Proffit reports on how Kinetic Motorsports made the KIA Optima sedan ready for Pirelli World Challenge series racing
  • Insight: AUTOMOTIVE SPECIALISTS AT BONNEVILLE - Ian Bamsey discovers how Automotive Specialists is applying NASCAR Cup engine technology to the unique challenge of the Bonneville salt flats
  • Dossier: KRE V8 SUPERCARS HOLDEN - Ian Bamsey investigates the reigning champion engine in International V8 Supercars, Australia’s headline racing series
  • Focus: FUELS - Wayne Ward explores the crucial role the choice of fuel and additives play in a race engine’s efficiency
  • PS: RENAULT’S FIRST F1 TURBO - Renault Sport is ramping up for the impending return of turbo engines to Grand Prix racing

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