Valencia: Technical review now Automoto365.com

 

My Technical review is now online at Automoto365.com.  With the latest updates across the grid.

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Valencia: Technical Review now on Racecar-Engineering.com

My Technical review is now Racecar Engineering Magazines Website. With News on the Ferrari, Renault and Mercedes blown diffusers, Red Bulls and williams Vaned double diffusers, Everyones f-ducts and all the new bits on the cars including Ferrari, McLaren, Renault and Williams.

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My work also gets published along with other technical motorsport articles in each months Racecar Engineering Magazine…

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Toyota TF110 – Full report in Racecar Engineering Magazine

 

 

Toyota’s previously unseen 2010 Formula 1 car,the TF110 has run for the first time. Kazuki Nakajima gave TF110-01 a brief shakedown outside the teams base in Cologne, Germany. Two chassis were constructed despite the teams late departure from Grand Prix racing last year. The design features one of the most extreme diffusers seen yet as well as a ride height adjustment system.

Racecar Engineering has been given unprecedented access to the two cars and has a full technical review of the TF110, including detailed under body images of the design appears in the July issue of the magazine, available now in digital form.

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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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Spain: Technical review now on Automoto365.com

My technical review of Spain is now online, with all the detail developments from the weekend.  http://bit.ly/bsPdrK.   Including McLarens ‘triple’ slot rear wing, All the Mercedes changes, Ferrari’s F-Duct and Lotus new wing and Inerters (J-Dampers).
  

China: Technical review now on Automoto365.com

My technical review of China is now online, with all the detail developments from the weekend.  It was my fault it was late due to email problems.  www.bit.ly/dDww2z

 

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