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Race Engine Technology - Issue 099

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Issue 99 - December/January 2017

  • Intro: THE EDITOR - RET Editor Ian Bamsey recalls a meeting with BMW’s race engine maestro Paul Rosche, who died recently
  • Grid: IN THE NEWS - Revolutionary new material for piston rings, details of Magneti Marelli’s latest electric drive for Formula E, and much more…
  • TRIBUTE TO PAUL ROSCHE - Ian Bamsey discusses Le Mans 1995 with Gordon Murray, who deployed Paul Rosche’s V12 to win first time out for McLaren
  • In Conversation: MARVIN RILEY - IndyCar’s head of the technical regulations talks to Lawrence Butcher about powertrain-related developments in 2016 and for the future
  • Dossier: FORD GT ECOBOOST V6 - The latest incarnation of this iconic sportscar saw it take victory once again at Le Mans in 2016. Mike Magda details its development
  • RACE ENGINE OF YEAR 2016 - We reveal the category and overall winners of the Race Engine of the Year 2016, as judged by 50 engine engineers worldwide
  • Focus: DATA ACQUISITION - Lawrence Butcher gives an overview of sensor and data logging systems, and details some recent challenges presented by new powertrains
  • Challenge Of: MOTOGP - The regulatory freedom in MotoGP gives manufacturers plenty of latitude in choosing and developing their engines. Stewart Mitchell reports
  • Report: PMWE 2016 - Ian Bamsey returns from Cologne with his highlights of the 2016 Professional Motorsport World Expo
  • Race Engine Digest: SPEED DEMON 2 V8 - Kenny Duttweiler, the man developing the Speed Demon 2 engine for its next land speed record bid, tells Stewart Mitchell about the challenges involved
  • Focus: CRANKSHAFTS - Matt Grant explains how crankshafts are balanced, and how imbalances can be minimised through crankshaft web design
  • PS: VVT IN MOTOGP - Suzuki has announced an innovative VVT system for its new GSXR-1000 Superbike, and it has come from MotoGP

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