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Race Engine Technology - Issue 104

Highlights in this issue include a dossier on the Toyota V8 LM P1, the challenges of Formula One, a special investigation on motorsport powertrain testing, a report on 24-hour prototype engines and a focus on lubrication. 

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Issue 104 - August 2017

  • Intro: THE EDITOR - Recent political and technological developments mean we could eventually see Le Mans going all-electric
  • Grid: IN THE NEWS Brian Willis talks about his all-electric car for Le Mans, fuel flow meters break into IndyCar, and much more…
  • Dossier: TOYOTA V8 LM P1 - Lawrence Butcher charts the development of this traditional port-injected unit, surprisingly competitive under WEC fuel flow regulations
  • Challenge Of: FORMULA ONE - Lawrence Butcher explains the main systems in the current Formula One power units and the challenges they present to the powertrain engineers
  • Race Engine Digest: - NITRO VOODOO TOP FUEL MOTORCYCLE  Stewart Mitchell traces the development of what is the fastest Top Fuel motorcycle in the southern hemisphere
  • Focus: LUBRICATION - Matt Grant discusses additives in race engine oils, explaining how they are formulated and the advantages they offer
  • Report: 24-HOUR PROTOTYPE ENGINES 2017 - Ian Bamsey investigates the Prototype engines in action at the 2017 Daytona and Le Mans 24 Hour races
  • Special Investigation: MOTORSPORT POWERTRAIN TESTING - Stewart Mitchell reports from this year’s Automotive Testing Expo with highlights of the solutions offered by suppliers
  • PS: PINNACLE ENGINES - Details of a new boxer twin engine with both pistons in a single cylinder to create the combustion chamber

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