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F1 Race Technology - Volume 10

Highlights in this issue include digests on the Renault R.S.16, the Force India VJM 08 & 09 and the Manor Racing Team MRT05. Insights into aeroelasticity and computing in F1, tech reviews on F1 2016 & 2015 as well as a focus article covering brake systems. 

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May 2016

No matter how good a driver is, in technology-led Formula One he is at the mercy of the competitiveness of his car. What are the factors that make a car capable of running at a competitive pace in qualifying and the race? 

Although there is much secrecy in Formula One, each year this in depth review of the sport’s engineering gets below the sponsors liveries to explain precisely what is going on at the heart of the machines and the secrets of those that are quick.

  • Intro: THE EDITOR - Ingenuity and invention are still very much alive across the grid, despite the strictures of the regulations 
  • Grid - An insight into Formula Ones fuel and lubricant development, Mercedes and wi-fi telemetry, and new technology for in-car sensors 
  • Digest: RENAULT R.S.16 - Renault’s reappearance on the Formula One grid has been a troubled one but, as Lawrence Butcher explains, its prospects are set to improve 
  • Technical Review: FORMULA ONE 2016 - Despite the few major changes to the regulations in 2016, teams still had plenty of development work to do. Lawrence Butcher reports 
  • Insight: AEROELASTICITY - Former senior Formula One aerodynamicist Willem Toet guides us through the controversial subject of aeroelasticity 
  • Digest: FORCE INDIA VJM 08 AND 09 - A change of wind tunnel facility in 2015 enabled Force India to get the best from its power unit and transmission, writes Lawrence Butcher 
  • Digest: MANOR RACING TEAM MRT05 - After its recent upheavals, and despite limited resources, the new Manor Racing Team is set to make strides up the rankings. Lawrence Butcher reports 
  • Focus: BRAKE SYSTEMS - How do Formula One teams optimise their brake systems while staying within the technical regulations? Lawrence Butcher explains 
  • Insight: COMPUTING IN FORMULA ONE - They may not be very glamorous but IT systems – and the way they are used – are key to on-track success, as Lawrence Butcher reports 
  • Technical Review: FORMULA ONE 2015 - Lawrence Butcher looks at some of the technical challenges the teams faced during the 2015 season, and how they approached them 
  • Appendix - Our rundown of the races, teams and suppliers for the 2016 season 
  • FORMULA ONE SUPPLIERS - Our listing of companies offering Formula One-level products and services 
  • PS: NO SUCH THING AS A NEW IDEA - If you think the use of concepts such as aeroelasticity and direct injection are recent innovations then think again

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