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More power, more revs, more noise: the proposed changes for the 2017 Formula 1 season could spell big changes for engine designers and for the fuels and lubricants suppliers. Adam Gavine spoke to Bruce Crawley, global motorsport technology manager at ExxonMobil about how the proposals would influence his work with technology partner McLaren over the coming year.
Practice makes perfect: How simulator work is helping JRM’s drivers
Altair, Click2Cast, HBM nCode, and voxeljet have collaborated on a project that combines design optimization, casting simulation, fatigue analysis, and 3D printing to create better-performing, lightweight vehicle components
Toyota’s Motor Sports Unit Development Division explains how CFD is benefitting all of its motorsport programs, from the Japanese domestic SuperFormula to the FIA World Endurance Championship
According to Michelin Motorsport’s Pascal Couasnon, “Single-seater cars racing on 13-inch tires are a thing of the past”…
CRP USA explains
how its additive layer manufacturing was the ideal solution for the DeltaWing project
DMG Mori explains how its machines are helping Kent Cams produce camshafts with tighter tolerances, quicker and more accurately
PDJ Vibro explains how its finishing machines are lending a performance advantage to British Superbike teams
Despite the rapid development and proliferation of additive layer manufacturing, Haas explains how CNC machining offers just as much flexibility and speed