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Race Engine Technology - Issue 106

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Issue 106 - November 2017

  • Intro: THE EDITOR - Let’s hear it for the lone engine developers, whose ingenuity can still bring something new and improved to motorsport
  • Grid: IN THE NEWS - How Nismo developed its VR38DETT for DPi, Energica goes full-factory with its 2018 TT Zero bid, and more…
  • In Conversation: BRUNO ENGELRIC - Mecachrome’s head of motorsport tells Lawrence Butcher about the company’s latest engine project and shares his views on current motorsport powertrains
  • Dossier: RIDER RACING 410 CU IN V8 - Mike Magda explains what goes into building one of these denizens of the dirt for the World of Outlaws sprint car series
  • RACE ENGINE OF THE YEAR 2017 - Here we present the 12 nominations for the Race Engine of the Year 2017, in four categories
  • Challenge Of: WORLD SUPERBIKE - Stewart Mitchell explains the demands this top-flight race series places on engine development
  • Focus: CYLINDER LINERS - Manufacturers can call on an array of techniques for creating the optimum surface finish on a cylinder liner, as Matt Grant explains
  • Insight: NEIL BROWN ENGINEERING FORMULA THREE ENGINE - Stewart Mitchell reports on how a rules change prompted NBE to develop its own pure-bred Formula Three race engine
  • Focus: SURFACE TREATMENTS AND COATINGS - The advent of additive manufacturing and hybrid power units is pushing coatings and surface treatment technology in new directions. Wayne Ward reports
  • Race Engine Digest: MEXXSPEED PRO-NITROUS VW ENGINE - Lawrence Butcher looks at how one racer has shown that if you want a record-breaking dragster, build most of the parts yourself
  • Insight: AIE 650S SINGLE ROTOR - Ian Bamsey examines this innovative rotary, which could herald the technology’s return to motorsport
  • PS: DESERT NITRO - Desert Aircraft’s DA150 horizontally opposed twin for giant-scale model aircraft racing


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