Race Engine Technology Magazine - Issue 128

Race Engine Technology Magazine - Issue 128

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Race Engine Technology - Issue 128

Highlights in this issue include a dossier on the Glickenhaus by Pipo Moteurs P21 for Le Mans Hypercar and Larry 'Spiderman' McBride reveals some secrets to his success. We have insights into the confusion over 'synthetic' motorcycle engine oils and look at the technology that would have been on show at this year's PRI show. We look into the challenge of air-cooled two-stroke karting as well as having focus articles on fasteners and non-destructive testing. We have the latest instalment of our e-Race Power Expo feature and much more...


RACE ENGINE TECHNOLOGY 128 December/January 2021

  • Intro: THE EDITOR - The advent of Hypercar and LMDh machines mean the WEC will now be open to a wide variety of engine configurations – good news for their developers
  • Grid: IN THE NEWS - Cosworth turns to con rods and pistons from Materion for research engine, Jesel announces new stud rockers, Comp Cams develops low-shock camshafts, and more…
  • In Conversation: LARRY McBRIDE - Tim Hailey meets Larry ‘Spiderman’ McBride at the 2020 South Georgia Motorsport Park’s Man Cup World Finals to learn the secrets of his success
  • Dossier: GLICKENHAUS BY PIPO MOTEURS P21 - With the WEC set to welcome the new Le Mans Hypercar class this summer, Ian Bamsey examines what went into developing this contender
  • Focus: FASTENERS - The demands on fasteners in modern IC race engines are very different from those for the growing electric side of racing, as Wayne Ward explains
  • Challenge Of: AIR-COOLED TWO-STROKE KARTING - Karting veteran Lake Speed takes Ian Bamsey through the engine development milestones of this international sport
  • Insight: MOTORCYCLE ENGINE OILS - John Coxon relates how confusion over ‘synthetic’ oil blends left one motorcycle team owner with an unusual puzzle
  • Focus: NON-DESTRUCTIVE TESTING - Testing a component without destroying it can save money and improve engine reliability. Matt Grant explains the test methods available
  • Insight: PRI 2020 - The pandemic may have put paid to this year’s PRI event but Ian Bamsey has still been able to report on motorsport products that would have been on display
  • e-RACE POWER EXPO - How the Voxan Wattman e-bike keeps its cool when setting speed records, and how one team is developing the motor for its Air Race E plane for Formula One Air Racing
  • PS - Extracts from a new book that charts the development of the Nissan GTP