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Race Engine Technology - Issue 144

Highlights in this issue include a dossier on the Alp Racing Engines LSR Triumph Parallel Twins and a conversation with the Backroom Boys at Mooresville. Our focus articles cover EV battery testing as well as sustainable fuels and lubricants. We explore the challenge of Hillclimb Racing as well as a show report from PMWE 2022 plus much more…

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  • Intro: THE EDITOR - The underlying raceability of racecars counts for more these days than the power advantage of a V12 – looks like it’s had its day
  • Grid: IN THE NEWS - Developments by Toyota, Alpine’s Alpenglow concept car, and AVL’s new I4 turbo herald the emergence of hydrogen-fuelled IC engines in motorsport, new era for Ferrari with its V6 turbos, and the late Mauro Forghieri remembered
  • In Conversation: BACKROOM BOYS AT MOORESVILLE - Tim Hailey takes a road trip to Mooresville to meet some of racing’s backroom boys
  • Dossier: ALP RACING ENGINES LSR TRIUMPH PARALLEL TWINS - Alp Sungurtekin tells Ian Bamsey how he gets old-fashioned Triumph engines to set contemporary land speed records
  • Focus: SUSTAINABLE FUELS AND LUBRICANTS - New methods of producing race fuels and lubricants look set to make a major contribution to net-zero targets, writes Matt Grant
  • Challenge Of: HILLCLIMB RACING - Pipo Moteurs keeps costs down for hillclimb events by using many of the same engine components as for other race series. Wayne Ward reports
  • Show Report: PMWE 2022 - Component shortages and supply chain issues have not deterred the exhibitors at this year’s expo from showing their latest wares, as Gemma Hatton reports
  • Focus: EV BATTERY TESTING - Matt Grant looks at the two principal types of EV battery testing, and the facilities available for carrying them out
  • PS: ASTON MARTIN-DOWNE - The unblown and turbo trials and tribulations of the 1980s Le Mans Aston Martin-Downe

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