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Race Engine Technology - Issue 095

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Issue 95 - June/July 2016

  • Intro: THE EDITOR - As the Indy 500 reaches its 100th birthday, there are encouraging signs of the overall health of the series 
  • Grid: IN THE NEWS - Formula E teams share some secrets of their powertrains, the FIA agrees new rules to cut costs in Formula One, and more… 
  • In Conversation: JOHN MANCHESTER - Gibson Technology’s operations manager discusses recent engine projects and ongoing challenges with Lawrence Butcher 
  • Dossier: PROCK PERFORMANCE NITROUS HEMI 99 - As monstrous V8s go, this nitrous-assisted 746 cu in Hemi 99 developed by Prock Performance is particularly intriguing. Ian Bamsey explains why 
  • Insight: AJ FOYT AND THE 100TH INDY 500 - “The engine ran like a top” – that was AJ Foyt commenting on the 100th Indy 500 as owner and strategist for the #14 car. Ian Bamsey and Anne Proffit investigate 
  • Focus: ECUs - Matt Grant looks at what goes in to making a modern racecar ECU, and how the technology is developing 
  • Race Engine Digest: FIAT ABARTH FTJ - Formula Four turns engine tuning on its head, as Stewart Mitchell explains in the context of this homologated unit 
  • Focus: MACHINE TOOLS - Dave Cooper reports on the latest developments in this surprisingly dynamic and fast-moving market 
  • Motorcycle: THE POSTIE BIKE - Stewart Mitchell explains how an old Australian postal service bike was transformed into a turbocharged land speed record holder 
  • Focus: EXHAUST SYSTEM FABRICATION - Stewart Mitchell looks at some of the finer points of fabricating a race engine exhaust system 
  • An Appreciation: MIKE HALL - Author and motorsport historian Graham Robson looks back on the life of this Cosworth legend 
  • PS: HONDA AND INDYCAR - How Honda learnt from its early mistakes to become the force it now is in IndyCar

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