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Race Engine Technology - Issue 065

Highlights in the issue include a Dossier on Nissan's LM P2 V8, the Green GT H2 and Focus articles covering Crankshafts and Powertrain Sensors. 

£18.00 (£18.00)

Issue 65 - September/October 2012

  • Intro: THE EDITOR - Developments in Prototype racing have the potential to capture the imagination of a new generation of race-goers
  • Grid: IN THE NEWS - Alternative technology in LM P1 gathers pace, combined Daytona Prototype/LM P2 regulations look set to roll out, and more…
  • Dossier: NISSAN LM P2 V8 - What does it take to design and develop an ultra-competitive production-based engine for LM P2? Ian Bamsey finds out
  • Race Engine Of The Year: NOMINATIONS - The nominations for the Race Engine of the Year 2012, to be judged by top engine engineers worldwide
  • Focus: CRANKSHAFTS - Wayne Ward explains the factors in specifying one of the most important components in a race engine – the crankshaft
  • Motorcycle: DUCATI MOTOGP - Car designers may wish for a centre of gravity as low as possible, but motorcycles are different, as Neil Spalding explains
  • Special Investigation: GREEN GT H2 - Ian Bamsey gets a glimpse of the future as he reports on the Green GT H2 fuel cell-powered racecar
  • Report: US NATIONALS 2012 - Anne Proffit gains some engine development insights from five key runners at the 2012 US Nationals
  • Race Engine Digest: SUBARU GRC - Anne Proffit finds out how one team is bidding for a championship bout in the new-rules Global RallyCross
  • Focus: POWERTRAIN SENSORS - David Cooper examines the technology behind sensing devices in racing, from the principles on which they’re based to their construction, materials, design and use
  • PS: FORMULA ONE TURBO ENGINES 1984-87 - The keys to competitive edge in this high-boost era were fuel and computer control – it will be different for the return of the turbo to Formula One in 2014!

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