Race Engine Technology Magazine - Issue 127

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Highlights in this issue include a dossier on the Tony Stewart Racing Ford FPS 410 Sprint Car V8 and Rob Flynn reveals the art and science of Top Fuel engine engineering. We have insights into the 24-Hour Prototype engines of 2020 and look at the technology that would have been on show at this year's PMW Expo. We look into the challenge of electric drag racing as well as having focus articles on additive manufacturing of engine parts and the cleaning of engine components. We have the latest instalments of our e-Race Power Expo and Race Engine Retro features and much more...

RACE ENGINE TECHNOLOGY 127 November 2020

  • Intro: THE EDITOR - We ask how long it will be until all-electric cars rival Formula One and Le Mans? The writing’s on the wall
  • Grid: IN THE NEWS - Toyota, Glickenhaus and ByKolles limber up with their Hypercars, Honda quits Formula One but confirms its
  • commitment to IndyCar, and much more…
  • In Conversation: ROB FLYNN - Rob Flynn reveals the art and science of Top Fuel engine engineering. By Ian Bamsey with research trackside by Anne Proffit
  • Dossier: FORD FPS 410 SPRINT CAR V8 - Mike Magda charts the development of this potent Tony Stewart Racing World of Outlaws championship contender
  • Focus: ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING OF ENGINE PARTS - Improvements in processes and materials show that AM is a technology whose time has come. Wayne Ward reports
  • Insight: 24-HOUR PROTOTYPE ENGINES 2020 - Ian Bamsey investigates the Prototype engines at the 2020 Daytona and Le Mans 24-hour races. With additional research by Anne Proffit at Daytona
  • Insight: PMWE 2020 - Ian Bamsey reports on what would have been revealed this year at the expo if it had been able to go ahead
  • Focus: CLEANING ENGINE COMPONENTS - Peter Donaldson explains the importance of removing every trace of contaminants from motorsport components, and the methods available
  • e-RACE POWER EXPO - Details of the powertrain specs for the upcoming PureETCR series, CRP Technology’s role in the battery for MotoE, and XING Mobility unveils a Lego-like modular battery
  • Challenge Of: ELECTRIC DRAG RACING - Electric dragster technology may still be in its infancy but already one racer has broken the 200 mph limit. Wayne Ward examines their car’s development
  • RACE ENGINE RETRO - Bentley produces 12 ‘continuation’ versions of its iconic Blower Le Mans racer, Biggel Engineering takes to cylinder head scanning and mirroring to help restore a Volvo 142 Group 2 rally car, and Protomotive Engineering applies CAD, CNC and AM to classic aircooled Porsches

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