Highlights from Interbike 2014

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Four UK projects have received funding for projects aimed at improving fuel efficiency and...

Four projects will be the first to receive Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC) funding to develop next generation engines using Formula 1 technology. The first projects will see technology deployed in excavators and buses. Around £1 billion (US$1.7 billion) will be invested over the next 10 years.  Read More

The front wings on the Ferrari F14-T had to come in 75 mm each side to meet new requiremen...

Formula 1 teams have been redesigning and re-engineering their race cars in order to meet the first major regulation changes since 2009. New aerodynamic rules, odd noses, clipped wings and a completely new hybrid powertrain are part of the mix waiting for teams in the 2014 F1 season.  Read More

The cars' exhaust system will change from a two-pipe setup to a single pipe, which must be...

For the 2014 season, Formula One is set to introduce some of the most radical changes in the sport’s history. New thermal and Kinetic Energy Recovery Systems will give drivers an additional 160 hp of electrical power during the year to compensate for smaller 600 bhp turbocharged V6 engines.  Read More

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