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McLaren 650S Sprint set for competitive debut

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RACE TECH World Motorsport Symposium promo - 1 & 2nd Dec 2014
The RACE TECH World Motorsport Symposium, also known as the Davos of Motorport, will celebrate its tenth anniversary on Monday 1st and Tuesday 2nd December 2014 at Birmingham City University. This year the question will be 'Disruptive Technologies, the case for and against' which is fundamental...
Audi Motorsport's Thomas Laudenbach talks energy effeciency
Audi Motorsport's head of electric, electronic and energy systems Thomas Laudenbach talks to Race Tech TV about the impact of the recent 2014 rule changes.
Bernard Niclot talks rule changes
Race Tech's Chris Pickering asks FIA technical director, Bernard Niclot, his thoughts on how important it is to communicate the recent rule changes to the motorsport spectators and also learns that whilst the rules changes are focused on energy efficiency, the hope is that it will also bring new...
NEW FOOTAGE: Transforming Formula One: 2014 Rules Explained
A new clip from Red Bull sees Daniel Ricciardo and Sebastian Vettel explain the 2014 Formula One regulations -- which are arguably the most complex the sport has ever seen. At the start, thousands of car parts simultaneously assemble around Dan to form the RB10. As Dan races to catch up Seb in...
Nissan ZEOD RC - Crash Test
Nismo.TV speaks to Ben Bowlby as he conducts a crucial stage of the amazing ZEOD RC vehicle and development. The world's fastest electric racing car needs to have safety and strength that can function at the extreme speeds and conditions that it will experience at Le Mans. Here is the dramatic...
Alex Hitzinger talks about Porsche's LMP1 project
Race Tech TV asks Porsche's Alex Hitzinger, Motorsport - Director of Engineering LMP1, how their LMP project is progressing, the hardest part of it from an engineering perspective and asks what it's like to start from scratch.
Pascal Vasselon talks LMP1
Race Tech deputy editor Chris Pickering speaks to Toyota technical director Pascal Vasselon about the development of the Toyota LMP1 car and asks in particular what size hybrid system they plan to run.
LIFELINE - extinguishing safety issues in Motorsport
When it comes to safety look no further than Lifeline. Managing director, Jim Morris, talks about waiting for the FIA regulations to be finalised as well as a new system the company has developed using new compression discharge technology. No longer solely involved in motorsport, Lifeline has...
Nanodrive low friction technology - where next?
Since winning the MIA Business Excellence award for Innovation last year, Millers Oils hasn't looked back. Joint managing director Nevil Hall tells RTTV how well the company has been doing since it rolled Nanodrive, its low friction technology, into the mainstream automotive and commercial...
VP Racing - Fuel for thought
Freddie Turza, VP Racing Fuels Tech Support, describes VP's new race fuel products for the European market and beyond.

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