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Race Engine Technology - Issue 079

Highlights in this issue include a dossier on the Carpenter Racing's Castrol Rocket engines as well as insights into the Formula one V8 performance factors & the Audi A6 turbodiesel 2014. In conversation with David Lapworth, a look into JFR nitro motor development & the Pat Musi pro mod EFI mountain motor. As well as focus articles covering bearings, pushrods, rockers & lifters.

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Issue 79 - June/July 2014

  • Intro: THE EDITOR - Le Mans has returned to rationing fuel rather than air, which can’t be a bad thing 
  • Grid: IN THE NEWS - Why the cars, not the drivers, mattered at this year’s Le Mans 24 Hours, hopes grow that IndyCar will see at least one more engine supplier, and much more… 
  • In Conversation: DAVID LAPWORTH - Jon Scoltock talks to the Prodrive veteran about his 30-year career – and counting – at the pinnacle of motorsport 
  • Dossier: CARPENTER RACING’S CASTROL ROCKET ENGINES - Ian Bamsey investigates the engine at the heart of Triumph’s quest to reclaim its title of The World’s Fastest Motorcycle 
  • Short Take: JFR NITRO MOTOR DEVELOPMENT - Ian Bamsey and Anne Proffi t quiz John Force Racing’s John Medlen on recent Funny Car engine developments 
  • Focus: PUSHRODS, ROCKERS AND LIFTERS - David Cooper explains how pushrods, rockers and lifters are designed and manufactured for optimum performance 
  • Insight: FORMULA ONE V8 PERFORMANCE FACTORS - Formula One V8 performance factors and associated developments, as revealed by Renault Sport 
  • Motorcycle: HONDA AND MOTO3 - Honda has fi nally decided it is worth developing a factory bike for Moto3 – enter the RS250FW. Neil Spalding reports 
  • Insight: AUDI V6 TURBODIESEL 2014 - Ian Bamsey discusses the design and development of the 2014 Audi Prototype engine with Ulrich Baretzky 
  • Race Engine Digest: PAT MUSI PRO MOD EFI MOUNTAIN MOTOR - Lawrence Butcher investigates an EFI engine that can compete with the best of the carburetted, blown and turbocharged Pro Mod competition 
  • Focus: BEARINGS - Advances in bearing technology continue apace, reports Lawrence Butcher, who examines the various types available for motorsport 
  • PS: RACE ENGINE TECHNOLOGY 2139 - Futurologist Ian Pearson gives some predictions of what motorsport and its engine technology will look like 125 years from now

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