F1 Race Technology
About F1 Race Technology
F1 Race Technology puts the role of the engine in context with its analysis of the whole car environment. F1 Race Engine Technology is a unique, high quality review of contemporary racing powertrain technology.
Featuring input from many of todays top F1 technical directors and written by Ian Bamsey, this technical report presents a unique in-depth insight into the engineering and mechanics of contemporary Grand Prix racing cars.
It is widely read by design and development engineers and others involved professionally in this worldwide industry and just as avidly by those interested in a subject that has a huge enthusiast following.
F1 Race Technology reaches the majority of all competition engine builders right across the globe the heart of its readership.Contents Include:
Intro: THE EDITOR - The constant battle between rule-makers and race engineers is what makes Formula One technology development so fascinating and long may it continue
Grid: IN THE NEWS - Why the 2012 grid was closer together than ever, a system for monitoring front-tyre temperatures, and a look back at the sad demise of HRT
Insight: SAUBER C31 - Ian Bamsey discusses the development of the impressive Sauber C31-Ferrari with Matt Morris and Gianpaolo DallAra
Review: 2012 - Ian Bamsey considers the key technical trends of 2012
Insight: LOTUS E20 - Ian Bamsey asks James Allison about the initial development of the Lotus F1 Teams 2012 Grand Prix winner
Focus: TRANSMISSIONS - As ever, its the regulations that are driving and will continue to drive innovation in transmission systems, as Lawrence Butcher reports
Insight: WILLIAMS FW34 - Williams was a rejuvenated team in 2012; in mid-season Ian Bamsey asked the teams Mark Gillan how that came about
Insight: AERODYNAMICS - Lawrence Butcher presents highlights of a lecture given by Sauber F1s head of aerodynamics Willem Toet
Insight: FORCE INDIA VJM05 - Force Indias technical director Andrew Green explains to Ian Bamsey the teams approach to aerodynamics as embodied by the VJM05
Focus: DESIGN & MANUFACTURING - Lawrence Butcher catches up on the latest developments in component manufacturing technologies
GRAND PRIX PADDOCK - As the 2013 season was getting underway, Lawrence Butcher talked to a Formula One insider about the novelties of the teams latest technology FORMULA ONE SUPPLIERS - Our listing of companies offering Formula One-level products and services
PS: SAUBERS SPORTSCAR HERITAGE - Charting Peter Saubers track record from 1967 to his Formula One beginnings More Info
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