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Race Engine Technology - Issue 105

Highlights in this issue include a conversation with Hal Reisiger Cosworth's CEO, a dossier on the Subaru FA20 Direct inject turbo BTCC, an insight into the Corvette GTE/GTLM V8 2017, focuses on Primary Drives and Oil Pumps, a report on the British Grand Prix 2017, the challenges of NASCAR and a report on the Engine Expo 2017.

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Issue 105 - October 2017

  • Intro: THE EDITOR -Will Formula One see a return of the independent power unit suppliers? Only when the FIA makes a few changes
  • Grid: IN THE NEWS - Honda shares details about its 2017 Formula One power unit developments, Bloodhound SSC close to its first run, and much more…
  • In Conversation: HAL REISIGER -Ian Bamsey and Lawrence Butcher quiz Cosworth’s CEO on the intriguing possibility of the company’s return to Grand Prix racing
  • Dossier: SUBARU FA20 DIRECT INJECTION TURBO BTCC - Stewart Mitchell details the development programme behind Subaru’s entry into British touring car racing with its latest engine
  • Insight: CORVETTE GTE/GTLM V8 2017 - Ian Bamsey details the latest modifications to this endurance race-winning GT engine
  • Focus: PRIMARY DRIVES - Harley Gasson explains the engineering behind the various methods of keeping engine ancillaries working
  • Report: BRITISH GRAND PRIX 2017 - Ian Bamsey uses the midpoint of the 2017 Formula One season to assess the situation regarding power unit development
  • Challenge Of: NASCAR -Stewart Mitchell investigates the technical hurdles of contemporary NASCAR engine development
  • Focus: OIL PUMPS - Which types of rotating pumps are suitable for circulating oil in race engines, and how do they work? Matt Grant reports
  • Motorcycle: SPIRIT OF MUNRO INDIAN SCOUT LSR - Stewart Mitchell recounts the development of this land speed racer created to mark 50 years since its famous forebear set its own record
  • Report: ENGINE EXPO 2017 - This year’s exhibition reflected the growing interest in hybrid and all-electric powertrains. Ian Bamsey highlights some solutions that were on offer
  • PS: SILVERSTONE MUSINGS - Paul Weighell takes us back to the 1920s with a tale of two contrasting approaches to boosting automotive power

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