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Race Engine Technology - Issue 088

Highlights in this issue include a conversation with Yasuhisa Arai, with insights into running a funny car and 2015 Indycar engines. A dossier on the Aston Martin Racing R12 and a report from the engine expo. As well as focus articles covering titanium and cylinder liners.

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Issue 88 - August 2015

  • Intro: THE EDITOR - Racing improves a motor manufacturer’s wider automotive breed, and for a fraction of its overall roadcar r&d budget 
  • Grid: IN THE NEWS - Pikes Peak Hillclimb won by an electric car for the first time, Renault wrestles with its 2015 Formula One power unit, and much more… 
  • In Conversation: YASUHISA ARAI - Honda’s chief officer of motorsport gives Lawrence Butcher an insight into the challenges the team has faced on its return to Formula One 
  • Dossier: ASTON MARTIN RACING R12 - Lawrence Butcher charts the development down the years of this roadcar engine into a 24-hour race champion 
  • Insight: RUNNING A FUNNY CAR - What does it take to run 1000 feet in less than four seconds from a standing start? Ian Bamsey finds out from one of the premier race teams 
  • Focus: TITANIUM - New production methods could allow titanium and its alloys to be economically viable in a host of motorsport applications, writes Dan Fleetcroft 
  • Insight: INDYCAR ENGINES 2015 - Ian Bamsey and Anne Proffit investigate the state of IndyCar engine technology, focusing on the Grand Prix of Indianapolis 
  • Focus: CYLINDER LINERS - Matt Grant explores the materials and processes, and the essential design factors, that go into making a cylinder liner 
  • Report: ENGINE EXPO 2015 - Ian Bamsey explores an intriguing road-race technology crossover event in the quest to inform powertrain professionals 
  • PS: FRED BALDWIN’S SHURIKEN F1J O61 - Ever wondered what the world’s highest-revving race engine is? It’s actually one made for model aircraft, as Stewart Mitchell reports

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