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This annual special report on F1™ technology puts the powertrain into the whole car context. Featuring input from top F1™ technical directors, written by Ian Bamsey, each report forms a unique review of the engineering and mechanics of contemporary Grand Prix racing cars.

The 2011 report includes a focus on brakes, advanced manufacturing technologies & sensors, insights into the 2010 Red Bull & Toyota's wind tunnel, a review of 2010 technology, teams & supplier listings.

The 2010 report includes insights into wind tunnels, data acquisition, brakes & CFD, exhaust & composite technology, a look inside Red Bull, the question of refuelling or no refuelling and team listings.

The 2009 report includes a look at Brawn GP & BMW, insights into Ferrari, F1™ brakes, the inerter, KERS and advanced metals, the state of the art in aero technology and team listings.

The 2008 report includes insights into BMW Sauber, Toyota and Williams as well as the Ferrari v McLaren battle, dossiers on aero & tyres, a look at the aspiring teams and team listings.

The 2007 report includes insights into the Renault R26 and Ferrari 248, dossiers on tyres and the V8 engines, a look at F1™ speed and team listings.

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