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Race Engine Technology - Issue 149

Highlights in this issue include a dossier on the FX supercharged Hemi V8 and we talk to John Judd for our retro in conversation. Our upfront feature covers Top Fuel power potential and we have a report from the Hydrogen Tech Expo 2023. Our challenge of investigates the 300 mph standing-start mile on a motorcycle and we delve into the Iveco e-truck. Our focus articles cover retro bearings and surface treatments plus much more…

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RACE ENGINE TECHNOLOGY 149 October/November 2023

  • Intro: The Editor - It will be interesting to see how the NHRA’s new FX series develops given the modern obsession with racecar parity
  • Upfront: Top Fuel power potential - We show how dimensional analysis can shed light on finding new development solutions for Top Fuel Motorcycle engines
  • Upfront: Grid - Aston Martin to contend Le Mans with the Cosworth V12 for its Valkyrie, and much more...
  • Dossier: FX supercharged Hemi V8 - Ian Bamsey explains how one of the contending engines for Factory Experimental is being developed. Research at IRP by Anne Proffit
  • Retro in conversation: John Judd - The life of an engine man was totally different in the days before computer control, as John Judd tells Ian Bamsey
  • Focus: Retro bearings - A lot goes into restoring or replacing plain or rolling element bearings for retro race engines, as Matt Grant explains
  • Challenge of: 300 mph standing-start mile on a motorcycle - An airfield in England is the scene for attempts to exceed 300 mph on an IC-engined motorcycle. Wayne Ward reports
  • Show report: Hydrogen Tech Expo 2023 - Amid the hydrogen-based solutions for aerospace and other sectors at this show were various products aimed at motorsport.  Gemma Hatton reports
  • e-Race: Iveco e-truck - Wayne Ward reports on what went into developing this prototype of a zero-emissions race truck
  • Focus: Surface treatments - Matt Grant looks at how to improve the surface hardness of race engine components, and enhance their cleanliness and surface finish
  • PS: IndyCar not Indy race engines – the others - In a follow-up to our pick of the V8s for Indy that failed to start the 500, here’s our pick of the non-V8s

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