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Race Engine Technology - Issue 071

Highlights in this issue include a look at ten years of RET and a special investigation into F1 2014. A look at Matt Smith Racing S&S/Buell PSM V2, a dossier on Don Schumacher's racing Top Fuel V8 as well as focus articles covering titanium and cylinder liners.

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Issue 71 - June/July 2013

  • Intro: THE EDITOR - We’re 10 years old this issue so what better time to look forward to some of the exciting changes in motorsport over the next 10 
  • Grid: IN THE NEWS - Le Mans to welcome 1000 bhp Prototypes again, misconceptions about the 2014 Formula One rules, New Racing Engines mooted for IndyCar, Formula One cooling systems set to play a key role in 2014, and more… 
  • TEN YEARS OF RET - Ian Bamsey reflects on a decade of Race Engine Technology and on some of the diverse engines we have investigated in depth 
  • Special Investigation: FORMULA ONE 2014 - Ian Bamsey visits Brixworth and Viry Chatillon to find out what we can expect from Formula One’s radical new powertrain technology 
  • Race Engine Digest: MATT SMITH RACING S&S/BUELL PSM V2 - Anne Proffit investigates the development work by Matt Smith Racing that keeps the S&S/Buell V2 at the sharp end of NHRA Pro Stock Motorcycle 
  • Focus: TITANIUM - Wayne Ward takes us through the various motorsport applications for this low-density material and its alloys 
  • Dossier: DON SCHUMACHER RACING TOP FUEL V8 - Ian Bamsey investigates the world’s most powerful race engine – Don Schumacher Racing’s Top Fuel V8 as campaigned by Tony Schumacher 
  • Motorcycle: MOTO3 - The prospects for Mahindra, and how the rule-makers are trying to level the playing field – Neil Spalding reports on Moto3 
  • Focus: CYLINDER LINERS - They may look like simple components but the design and material selection for liners is quite exacting, as David Cooper explains 
  • PS: SIMULATION FOR THE MASSES - Open source CFD software packages can have advantages over their commercial counterparts, as Lawrence Butcher discovers 

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