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TWO-STROKE F1 ENGINES? DON’T LAUGH! We investigate the revelation, sweeping the Internet, that two-stroke engines will form the basis of F1’s next powerplant

FORMULA E: THE FUTURE Fast-charging pitstops are just one of the exacting demands made of the proposed Gen3 Formula E car. Craig Scarborough finds out more

END OF THE ENGINE? With its electric ID.R having shattered records from Pikes Peak to Tianmen Mountain, Volkswagen has called time on all its conventional works projects. So what are the implications for the Internal Combustion Engine? Hal Ridge investigates

POWER TECH With the boxer engine’s cat and mouse game with the BTCC organisers now over, Chris Pickering reflects on the Subaru powerplant’s final fling

GREEN TECH Electrification is usually touted as the answer when questions of environmentally-friendly transport are raised. However, Alan Stoddart speaks to one company that has found a different solution

BRAKE TECH Ferodo Racing technical manager Edward Little briefs William Kimberley about the company’s new brake pad compound that he and his team have been developing for the last three years. William Kimberley reports on Alcon’s new brake-by-wire system

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