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Race Engine Technology - Issue 142

Highlights in this issue include a dossier on the Bourne HPP Time Attack K22 and a conversation with John Ellwood.  We have an insight into hydrogen in racing and our 2022 report on 24-hour prototype engines. Our focus articles cover EV friction reduction and retro race engine inspection plus much more…

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  • Intro: THE EDITOR - The upcoming debut of IMSA’s new-generation GTP cars curtails engine development in the series – and are there any race engine mavericks out there?
  • Grid: IN THE NEWS - Final confirmation of the HPD LMDh engine competing in next January’s Daytona 24-hour race, and details about Porsche’s new GT3 powerplant
  • In Conversation: JOHN ELLWOOD - How does an unorthodox-thinking hobbyist turn their race engine dream into reality? Ian Bamsey investigates
  • Dossier: BOURNE HPP TIME ATTACK K22 - Wayne Ward investigates the development of this recent entrant to what has become a fast-growing race series
  • Focus: EV FRICTION REDUCTION - What are the sources of friction in an EV’s powertrain, and how can they be minimised? Matt Grant reports
  • Insight: HYDROGEN IN RACING - Alto Ono investigates two projects using hydrogen as a fuel for 24-hour racing
  • Report: 24-HOUR PROTOTYPE ENGINES 2022 - Ian Bamsey investigates 2022’s open-competition twice-around-theclock Prototype engines. Research by Anne Proffit at Daytona and by Alto Ono at Le Mans
  • Focus: RETRO RACE ENGINE INSPECTION - Matt Grant explains the tools and methods for checking the condition of race engines from yesteryear
  • PS: ALFA ROMEO V8 TURBO - The Italian marque’s troubled times in Formula One during the 1970s and ’80s

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