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Historic Racing and Technology

Post by Nik » 12 Jan 2021 16:54

A friend just sent me a link to this Magazine

The latest Historic Racing & Technology out now

Dear Reader,

The latest issue of Historic Racing & Technology is out now and you can get it Here! http://e.historicracingtechnology.com/_ ... =511494827

In this issue you'll find:

Setting the Pace British Motor Heritage has developed the simple Austin A40 into the one to beat in the HRDC Touring Great series

Recreating a Classic Engine Chris Pickering visits Swindon Power train to look at how it has recreated the 24-valve Lancia Stratos engine

Silent Roar Indy 500 champion Parnelli Jones discusses with David Linden driving the first turbine-powered car in the Indy 500in 1967

More than Just Hot Air How a student’s ambitious research project into the airflow of historic engines will lead to historic racers getting faster for years to come

A New Lease of Life How ZF has given Walter Röhrl’s championship winning transmission fresh legs

Refabricating a Modern Formula 1 car William Kimberley investigates how a programme makes it makes it possible for enthusiasts to buy, own and drive a modern F1 car
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Re: Historic Racing and Technology

Post by Dave the rave » 12 Jan 2021 17:58

Oooh, looks very interesting. I'll be ordering that. Thanks for telling us Nik.
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Re: Historic Racing and Technology

Post by scotty » 14 Jan 2021 08:51

Very brave statement considering we have beaten this car quite easily every time we have raced against it.

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