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24 Hour Race Technology Magazine

24 Hour Race Technology



24 Hour Race Technology puts the role of the engine into context, with its analysis of the whole car environment. 24 Hour Race Technology is one of a series of special reports produced by the publishers of the highly respected Race Engine Technology magazine.

Featuring input from many of todays top 24 hour race car designers and edited by Lawrence Butcher, this special report presents a unique in-depth insight into the engineering and mechanics of contemporary Prototype sports-racing and GT racing cars. Volume 7 contains a dossier on the Strakka Racing ARX03c, the top placing Privateer prototype in the 2013 24 Hours, as well as profiles on Porsche's new generation 911 GTE car and SRT's Viper GTS; both of which had their 24 Hour debut in 2013. Additionally, there are technology focus features on sportscar suspension and driver aids, as well as an analysis of LMP aerodynamics.

Contents Include:

Intro: THE EDITOR - A race like no other
Grid: IN THE NEWS - The latest technical news from the world of endurance racing.
Dossier: HPD ARX03c - Lawrence Butcher
investigates the story behind Strakka Racings privateer LM P1 racer Insight: AERODYNAMICS - Paolo Catone analyses the aerodynamic demands of Le Mans 32
Digest: PORSCHE 911 RSR - Lawrence Butcher outlines the aerodynamic and chassis developments of Porsches new 911
Review: POWERTRAIN - A look at the latest engine developments at Le Mans 2013
Focus: SUSPENSION - Jon Scoltock gives an in depth overview
of sportscar suspension systems Profile: SRT VIPER GTE - Anne Proffit investigates the return of a Le Mans legend
Focus: DRIVER AIDS - Anne Proffit reports on some of the latest electronic aids developed for sportscar drivers
PADDOCK - A round up of the runners and riders in the 2013 Le Mans 24 Hours
24 HOUR RACE TECHNOLOGY DIRECTORY - The endurance racers resource
PS: THEYRE BACK! - Porsche are coming, and Audi and Toyota cannot afford to underestimate them