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BMW Motorsport announced driver line-up for 24 hours of Spa

BMW Motorsport announced driver line-up for 24 hours of Spa

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PEUGEOT 2009 DKR: China bound

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Heat protection for historics

Heat protection for historics

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RACE TECH's William Kimberley talks about Caterham F1 on the Phil Gayle radio show
RACE TECH editor William Kimberley talks to Phil Gayle on his BBC breakfast show about the latest developments at Caterham F1 as they go into administration.
BBC South Oxford asks RACE TECH editor, William Kimberley, about Caterham F1's new owners
With news that the Oxfordshire based Caterham F1 team has been referred to the pensions regulator having paid nothing into the pension schemes since new owners took over three months ago, the BBC ask RACE TECH editor William Kimberley who he thinks the new owners may be.
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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...
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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.
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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
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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.
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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.

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