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Race Engine Technology - Issue 073

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Issue 73 - September/October 2013

This issue contains the secrets of the fastest Formula One engine ever!  The Cosworth 20,000 rpm CA engine is still in active service but we have all the technical details of the engine.  The upshot is almost certainly the most incisive report of any engine discussed in the motorsport media since Grand Prix racing barked into life more than 100 years ago!

  • Intro: THE EDITOR - Take your places at the table of knowledge for our profile of the Cosworth CA
  • Grid: IN THE NEWS - Cosworth’s evolution from the DFV to the CA, HPD announces a brand-new LM P1 engine, IndyCar specifies twin turbos for 2014, and much more…
  • In Conversation: FRED TÜRK - Ian Bamsey discusses the technology at the heart of the 2014 Formula One engines with the head of Mahle Motorsport
  • Dossier: COSWORTH CA - Ian Bamsey reports in unprecedented detail on this, the first Formula One engine to reach 20,000 rpm on track
  • RACE ENGINE OF THE YEAR 2013 - Here are the nominations for the Race Engine of the Year 2013, to be judged by 50 engine engineers worldwide
  • Alternative Power: HONDA CRZ GT300 HYBRID - Lawrence Butcher finds out how engineers developed the energy recovery system for this permanent hybrid
  • Insight: NITROMETHANE PERFORMANCE - Ian Bamsey reports on a sensing system that allows the maximum power of a drag bike to be determined
  • Race Engine Digest: RHYS MILLEN HYUNDAI LAMBDA V6 - Anne Proffit finds out how Rhys Millen Racing prepared for its latest bid to win the Pikes Peak International Hillclimb
  • Focus: CASTING - John Stowe brings us up to date with developments in casting technology for race engines
  • Insight: TKM BT82 - Why is the BT82 the most popular engine in UK karting? Harley Gasson talks to its manufacturer to find out
  • Focus: DYNAMOMETERS - David Cooper examines the technology used to evaluate engine packages, from internal combustion units to alternative energy powertrains
  • PS: BETTERFLY - Ian Bamsey talks to the birdman of Brixworth, David Barford, about his human-powered aircraft the Betterfly

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