Our Racecar Engineering July 2019 issue features Le Mans, F1 rim heating, Super GT, IndyCar, data logging, race strategy, braking performance and much more.
Inside the Racecar Engineering July 2019 issue:
With the 2019 24 hours of Le Mans concluding the WEC super season, we delve into the detail of the Equivalence of Technology and how this has staggered the performance of the LMP1 hybrid and non-hybrid contenders throughout the season
Also in this issue, we reveal how F1 teams have been using heat from the brakes to optimise tyre temperatures and look at what standardised wheel rims and brakes could mean for the sport. IndyCar expose their strategies of improving the aerodynamic performance of the 2018 Universal Aerokit, while we analyse data logging techniques and how F1 teams make those all-important race strategy decisions.
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