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by Nigel MacKnight

ePub Modern Formula One Race Car: From Concept to Competition, Design and Development of the Lola BMS-Ferrari Grand Prix Car download
Author:
Nigel MacKnight
ISBN13:
978-0879388232
ISBN:
0879388234
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Motorbooks; First edition (January 7, 1994)
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Automotive
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The Modern Formula 1 Race Car Nigel Macknight. While the Lola designed in the book did not race well that year. The overall process and development is well outlined in the book and is of interest to the more engineering reader. One person found this helpful.

The Modern Formula 1 Race Car Nigel Macknight. Subtitled: From Concept to Competition, Design and Development of the Lola BMS-Ferrari Grand Prix Car. In a gesture uncharacteristic for F1 constructors.

The Modern Formula 1 Race Car Nigel Macknight

The Modern Formula 1 Race Car Nigel Macknight. In a gesture uncharacteristic for F1 constructors, Lola has thrown open the doors and allowed Macknight to follow the car from the planning stages in the drawing and computer rooms to the nuts and bolts of actual construction The Modern Formula 1 Race Car Nigel Macknight. In a gesture uncharacteristic for F1 constructors, Lola has thrown open the doors and allowed Macknight to follow the car from the planning stages in the drawing and computer rooms to the nuts and bolts of actual construction.

At the European Grand Prix, Badoer set the slowest time and failed to qualify for the race, whilst Alboreto took . The Modern Formula 1 Car from Concept to Completion: Design and Development of the Lola BMS-Ferrari Grand Prix Car. Motorbooks International.

At the European Grand Prix, Badoer set the slowest time and failed to qualify for the race, whilst Alboreto took another eleventh-place finish. However, Alboreto then failed to qualify for the next race at Imola and of the five races after that, failed to qualify four times compared to Badoer's once.

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Modern Formula One Race Car: From Concept to Competition, Design and Development of the Lola BMS-Ferrari Grand Prix Car. The Modern Formula 1 Race Car Nigel Macknight.

The new Formula One racing car, the Lotus 72, designed .

The new Formula One racing car, the Lotus 72, designed by Colin Chapman and Maurice Philippe of Lotus. Development of the Lotus 72 proved unsuccessful in 1971 but a further iteration brought Emerson Fittipaldi his first world title the following year. Development was helped by a rare driver/engineer empathy between Chapman and Mario Andretti (similar to the relationship with Clark). The product of their work was the Lotus 79, a car that would refine the so-called ground effect phenomenon from the moment it first appeared in 1978.

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From Concept to Competition, Design and Development of the Lola BMS-Ferrari Grand Prix Car. by Nigel MacKnight. Published January 7, 1994 by Motorbooks.

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The Modern Formula 1 Race Car Nigel Macknight. Subtitled: From Concept to Competition, Design and Development of the Lola BMS-Ferrari Grand Prix Car. In a gesture uncharacteristic for F1 constructors, Lola has thrown open the doors and allowed Macknight to follow the car from the planning stages in the drawing and computer rooms to the nuts and bolts of actual construction. Incredible technical insights into the process of F1 race car construction, behind-the-scenes activities rarely seen by (outsiders," and a real understanding of what happens to a $25 million budget when it comes to GP cars.