Every year High Power Media, who publish ‘Race Engine Technology’ (RET) Magazine, produce a number of magazine format Race Technology Reports. Covering F1, Moto-GP, Nascar, Drag racing and 24-hour racing.
Just out is the current F1 Race Technology issue, covering Technical subjects from 2011 and 2012.
I’ve summarised what’s in the issue below and I’ve also been allowed to share an in-depth article on the Lotus F1 Team. I have in this PDF of the first 3 pages of an interview by Editor, Ian Bamsey with James Alison of Lotus F1.
The full magazine and/or any other products can be bought with a 10% discount using the voucher code “csdisc07” in the checkout of High Power Media, all courtesy of High Power Media and ScarbsF1.
F1 RACE TECHNOLOGY VOLUME 6
Intro: THE EDITOR Part of the fascination of Formula One is whether a fresh innovation will turn out to be an Unfair Advantage or a White Elephant
Grid: IN THE NEWS
The factors that allowed Red Bull to dominate the 2011 season, the growing importance of KERS, and details on that radical Williams transmission
Insight: FORMULA ONE AERO 2012
Ian Bamsey considers the aerodynamic development of 2012 Formula One cars with the help of a Formula One insider
Insight: LOTUS F1 TEAM
Ian Bamsey discusses the rejuvenation of the Lotus F1 Team with technical director James Allison
Focus: SUSPENSION & BRAKING
Lawrence Butcher examines the components Formula One cars rely on for cornering and stopping
Technical Review: 2011
Ian Bamsey discusses key aspects of 2011 Formula One technology with seven technical directors
Focus: OFF-TRACK TESTING
What resources do Formula One teams use to beat limitations on track testing? Lawrence Butcher finds out
Insight: AP RACING CLUTCH DEVELOPMENT
Ian Bamsey investigates AP Racing’s clutch development for the current naturally aspirated 2.4 litre V8 Formula One era
FORMULA ONE DIRECTORY 2012
Lawrence Butcher brings us up to date on the 2012 team changes and car developments
FORMULA ONE SUPPLIERS
Our listing of companies offering Formula One-level products and services
PS: LOTUS IN 1987
With Lotus once more a serious force in Formula One, we look back to when it last won a Grand Prix
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