F1 Race Technology: The annual report on F1 tech is now on sale

F1 Race Technology, the annual report of F1 tech is now on sale, http://bit.ly/92mHY9. In a magazine format, its been written by Ian Bamsey, with additional material also provided by Myself, Martin Meissel (Lotus) and Dr Eric Warren (USF1 – Corvid).

CONTENTS

INTRO: THE EDITOR

How KERS has already led to Formula One improving technology for road cars.

UPFRONT: GRID

With refuelling banned and new aero packages, it’s all change in 2010.

INSIGHT: BRAKES

Quick lap times are just as much about stopping quickly as about going fast.

STATE OF THE ART: EXHAUSTS

Blowing hot air efficiently is like music to the ears of the engineer.

SPECIAL INVESTIGATION: INSIDE RED BULL

We investigate the extraordinary leap to prominence of the Red Bull team.

INSIGHT: WIND TUNNELS

With a cold wind blowing through wind tunnel testing, we look at its future.

INSIGHT: COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS

Is CFD a viable replacement for wind tunnels longterm? We investigate.

REVIEW: STRANGE TIMES

We look back at some interesting trends and developments from 2009.

STATE OF THE ART: COMPOSITES

From zero to hero, composite chassis construction has come a long way.

INSIGHT: DATA ACQUISITION

Data acquisition and interpretation is a vital tool in Formula One today. We explain.

PADDOCK

Who is who in Formula One race car engineering.

PS: REFUELLING OR NO REFUELLING

The more things change, the more they stay the same.

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