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Race Engine Technology - Issue 113

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Issue 113 - September/October 2018

  • Intro: THE EDITOR - All-electric Grand Prix racing could be with us sooner than many think 
  • Grid: IN THE NEWS - How the new but unofficial land speed record for a wheel-driven vehicle was set, first all-electric racecar runs in a sanctioned race, and more… 
  • In Conversation: MOTOHIRO MATSUMURA - Nismo’s COO tells Stewart Mitchell about some of the intricacies of his role and the challenges of the company’s current Prototype engine programmes 
  • Dossier: MECACHROME V634P1 LM P1-NH - Stewart Mitchell investigates how this French company has developed Formula Two and Prototype engines from a GP3 basis 
  • Report: BRITISH GRAND PRIX 2018 - Ian Bamsey canvasses the views of Formula One teams on how their power units have been shaping up this season 
  • Project: RENO V12 TURBO - In the fifth part of his engine project for the Reno Air Races, Jack Kane explains how he designed the cooling system 
  • Focus: FUELS - Different fuels are suited to different types of racing, writes Wayne Ward, who explains their relative merits 
  • Race Engine Digest: LIQUID-PISTON X-MINI - Ian Bamsey investigates a new take on the rotary that challenges Wankel designs on efficiency and performance 
  • Focus: PUSHRODS AND ROCKERS - Pushrod and rocker suppliers continue to make advances in the performance and durability of their wares, as Stewart Mitchell explains 
  • Challenge Of: ELECTRIC MOTORCYCLE RACING- Stewart Mitchell discusses some of the technologies at the forefront of electric race bike development 
  • Report: ENGINE EXPO - Ian Bamsey investigates road and race powertrain technology crossover at Stuttgart’s annual Engine Expo 
  • PS: CLASSIC RACE ENGINE AUTHENTICITY - The annual Silverstone Classic event reminds Paul Weighell of the difference between preserving racecar authenticity and the desire to race them

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