Race engines do not live in isolation, this annual special report on F1 Technology puts the powertrain into the whole car context. Featuring input from many top Formula One technical directors and written by Ian Bamsey, the world’s leading motor racing technical writer, each report forms a unique review of the engineering and mechanics of contemporary Grand Prix racing cars. Running relentlessly twice around the clock is an awesome racing challenge yet
in France each June this is the scenario facing builders of thoroughbred competition cars.
24 HOUR race technology puts the distinctly unique Le Mans engine into the context of a car facing a daunting challenge. A high speed circuit, seemingly endless hours of racing, no time to be wasted in the pits in spite of the length of the race – it all adds up to the most demanding
environment possible for racing technology. Our detailed investigation reveals each year what it takes to succeed, in terms of car and driver, not only the engine. The secrets of winning the world’s greatest racing endurance event are all here. Given the strong urge in the otorsports world to confidentiality and secrecy, there is a genuine danger that technical information will go unrecorded and be lost to future generations. 24 HOUR race technology, under the guidance of Bamsey, provides that record that would otherwise be lost.
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