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Racecar Engineering Magazine


Technical writing.

Technical writing is way to communicate ideas, share knowledge and inspire thought. We take pleasure in sharing our understanding and experience with the motorsport community through articles featured in Racecar Engineering Magazine.

With guest interviews from companies at the cutting edge of their specialities, they are also a great way to keep up-to-date with the motorsport network and current and future technologies.

Publications in print​.

To date, our director, Jahee has had a number of articles featured, including:


Technology - Time Management; Volume 31 Issue 1 - January 2021     


An exploration into the engineering journey of a 24h endurance race, covering the preparation from first practice, through to qualifying and the execution of the race with emphasis on the race engineering requirements. Input from 2021 Le Mans winners Toyota Gazoo Racing, IMSA Teams Multimatic, BMW Team RLL and WEC & N24 engineer Jamie Gomeche.

The art of setup

Technology - The Art of Setup; Volume 30 Issue 5 - May 2020             

A high level overview of vehicle dynamics and aerodynamics setup considerations in modern motorsport. With discussion on the influence of weather conditions, temperature, altitude, sprint/endurance racing and race/qualifying scenarios on final trim. As the trend continues, the operating conditions imposed on the tyre by the overall vehicle configuration are the key focus.

Making sense of sensors.

Electronics - Sensors; Anatomy of a Racecar; Issue 1 - January 2020

A technical piece on the evolution of sensor technology and its utilisation in modern, high-level motorsport. Covering technology used to monitor and control the main vehicle sub-systems of powertrain, chassis and aerodynamics.

Feel the burn.

Technology - Feel the Burn; Volume 30 Issue 6 - June 2020         


An exploration into the revolution in thermal efficiency of ICE inspired in part, by modern fuel-flow regulations. Focusing around GDI and the various technologies that have enabled lean burn combustion regimes such as pre-chamber ignition, stratified charge delivery, knock prediction and advances in CFD modelling. 

Schools of thought.

Technology in Formula Student; Volume 29 Issue 10 - October 2019

An in depth technical review of the innovative technology bought to the 2019 FSUK competition - suspension flexures, a ground effect front wing, rear wheel steering system, electrical powertrain solutions, mode decoupled suspension system among others.

Class of the field.

Formula Student UK; Volume 29 Issue 10 - October 2019


A technical review of the competition winning car from MoRe Racing, including interviews with Team Manager.

Web Based Articles


We also have a mini-series of articles on vehicle dynamics fundamentals published on the Racecar Engineering website. Covering the following topics:

  • Tyre Dynamics

  • Wheels & Suspension

  • Kinematics & Compliance

  • Springs & Dampers

  • Chassis

  • Data Acquisition

  • Practical Applications

The mini series can be found here, or via Jahee's profile


Technology - Model Behaviour; Volume 30 Issue 9 - September 2020     


A comprehensive insight into the art of scale model wind tunnel testing. Covering explorations of the historic drivers behind it, considerations of model scale, model construction, practicalities of scale model testing and concepts such as dynamic similitude and correlation methodology. Contributions from Toyota Gazoo Racing, ORECA and Dominic Harlow (F1)

Shake down

Technology - Shake Down; Volume 30 Issue 3 - March 2020

A technical insight into 7-Post chassis 'shaker' rigs and K&C (Kinematics & Compliance) rigs as instrumental tools in the development of modern race cars - how and why they are used and how the data they measured is fed back into the design process. Communicating their growing use in the era of data driven engineering.

The suspension bridge.

Technology - 'The Suspension Bridge'; Volume 30 Issue 2 - February 2020


An in depth exploration of modern motorsport suspension technologies. Taking the reader on the journey of forces from the tyre contact patch, to the chassis. Further on, modern mode decoupling systems such as FRIC are explained and finally, lesser known technology such as inerters.

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