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Race Engine Technology - Issue 010

Highlights in this issue include a Short Take on Aston's DBR9 V12 GT1, a Focus article covering Fuel and Part 2 of a Special Investigation into Valvetrain Design. 

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Issue 10 - September/October 2005

  • Raceshop: HENDRICK ENGINES - We visit the top NASCAR powerhouse and meet the people behind this year’s Daytona 500 winning Chevrolet V8
  • Short Take: ASTON DBR9 V12 - An initial look at an exciting new V12 GT1 engine that upon its debut won GT1 at this year’s Sebring 12 Hour race
  • Raceshop: KATECH - Aston Martin’s arch-rival in GT1 is Chevrolet: we visit the company that prepares the Corvette GT1 racing engine
  • Insight: RACING FUEL - Gasoline is widely used in racing yet few engine people know much about it – fuel expert John Coxon will enlighten!
  • Special Investigation: VALVETRAIN DESIGN PART 2 - Our continuing insight into valvetrain design looks at the crucial issue of the production of cam and follower mechanisms
  • Insight: FORMULA SAE POWERTRAIN DEVELOPMENT - UWAM tells how they captured the 2005 Powertrain Award with developments that included a variable geometry intake
  • Musings: FORMULA ONE HORSEPOWER - The editor assess F1 engine performance
  • Backroom Boys: BMRS - An Anglo-American plumbing specialist
  • INTERNATIONAL RACE ENGINE DIRECTORY: LE MANS - The 2005 Le Mans engine builders
  • PS: MERCEDES 180 V12 - The editor recalls a 3.5 litre flat 12

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