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Old 03-08-2012, 09:35 PM
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Williams Hybrid Power (WHP) is pleased to announce an association with Audi Sport to become the hybrid system energy storage supplier for the Audi R18 e-tron quattro. WHP’s innovative electric flywheel will be at the heart of the Audi R18 hybrid system for the 2012 24 Hours of Le Mans race and the FIA World Endurance Championship.

For the Audi R18 e-tron quattro, WHP has designed an entirely new, ultra-lightweight electric flywheel and associated power electronics and the company has worked closely with Audi engineers to fully integrate its unique electric flywheel into the car. The system will provide 150kW of power and have a top rotor speed of 45,000 rpm. The Audi R18 e-tron quattro using WHP’s system will make its first competitive outing in the six-hour race at Spa-Francorchamps on 5th May.

The defining features of WHP’s flywheel made it the prime energy storage candidate for Audi’s project when compared to other technologies such as batteries, ultra-capacitors or mechanical flywheels. The main benefits of the WHP system are a high power density and correspondingly low mass, high efficiency energy transfer to and from the e-storage, the ability to continuously deep power cycle and an insusceptibility to performance or life degradation over a wide range of operating temperatures. In short, the technology is perfectly suited to the high performance demands of endurance racing.

Ian Foley, Managing Director of Williams Hybrid Power commented, "To be chosen as a supplier by Audi, the most successful brand in Le Mans’ recent history, is testament to the progress made by Williams Hybrid Power in its relatively short existence. Audi has won the 24 Hours of Le Mans a total of ten times since the year 2000 and we are incredibly proud and honored to have been chosen to work with them and to have our hard work and technology recognized in this way. Such a high-level motorsport application represents the ultimate proving ground for our electric flywheel technology. This same technology can be used in everyday applications to save fuel and reduce emissions, for instance in city buses, that also require large power flows for short periods of time."

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Old 03-09-2012, 08:54 PM
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“Extensive research between BP, Mazda, and Advanced Engine Research has given Dyson Racing and the series an advanced fuel that will help influence how bio fuels are developed for the consumer,” said Chris Dyson. “Our alignment with BP and Castrol works well because they use racing as a platform for developing new technologies in a rapid and advancing atmosphere. Technologies and fuels used in the ALMS are setting the stage for positive ecological developments for consumer cars in the future. It is very exciting for Dyson Racing and all of our partners to be at the cutting edge of this exciting and relevant technology.”

ISOBUTANOL FACTS:
• Isobutanol has a higher energy content than many first generation biofuels

• Isobutanol does not absorb water and can be transported through the existing oil and gasoline distribution infrastructure

• Isobutanol can be used in gasoline-powered vehicles without modification at higher volumes than first generation biofuels, enabling greater concentrations of renewables into the transport fuel mix.

PRODUCTION:
• Initially, isobutanol will be produced from feedstocks such as corn and sugarcane. Subsequently, isobutanol production can be based on cellulosic feedstocks and, eventually, advanced feedstocks such as macroalgae.

ENVIRONMENTAL BENEFITS:
• Initial indications are that, on the same feedstock basis, isobutanol delivers emission reductions that are at least as good as ethanol.

• Isobutanol’s low vapor pressure (lower than gasoline), means that vapor pressure specifications do not need to be compromised.

http://wot.motortrend.com/greenest-m...zda-61571.html

http://www.dysonracing.com/company/n...p?news_id=1112

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Old 03-09-2012, 08:55 PM
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Isobutanol is an organic alcohol that has four carbon molecules compared to ethanol's two, giving it 25% more usable energy. Like ethanol, it can be made from sugar cane and corn, but can also be made from lignocellulosic sources like crop waste and purposely grown non-food plants such as switch grass and energy grass. Using those materials produces a smaller carbon footprint than gasoline or ethanol. Using biomass can also produce a negative carbon imprint when the carbon dioxide absorbed by the growing crops offsets the emissions produced when they are cultivated, processed and burned in engines. When burned in an engine, isobutanol produces carbon dioxide but no SOX, NOX or carbon monoxide and is much less evaporative than ethanol or gasoline.

The next step is the development of technologies to convert sugars produced by macroalgae into isobutanol. The goal is to take the most land-efficient feedstock (algae) and use it to produce the most gasoline-like biofuel in a cost-efficient manner. The macroalgae aquafarming project will be conducted in Southern California by Butamax™ Advanced Biofuels LLC, a joint venture between DuPont and BP. Butamax will be responsible for the commercialization of the resulting technology. The expectation is that using aquafarmed native macroalgae to produce isobutanol will reduce greenhouse gas emissions significantly compared to petroleum.

"Racing has the responsibility to lead by example. Motor racing's DNA is not just about racing," noted Chris Dyson. "It is about pushing the boundaries of future technologies that eventually make their way into regular road-going applications. Because resources are becoming scarce all across the planet, we need to have a new dialogue about how we are going to live in the future. The American Le Mans Series got on board with the "Green Initiative" very early on and for the past five years, they have added a new or advanced fuel each year. Our engine partner, Advanced Engine Research, worked hard developing the Mazda MZR-R engine for isobutanol, and the immediate results at the Petit Le Mans last year spoke for themselves. Our alignment with Mazda, BP and Castrol is the perfect fit because they use racing as a platform for developing new technologies in a rapid and advancing atmosphere. Technologies and fuels now used in the ALMS are setting the stage for positive and ecologically conscious developments for consumer cars in the future."

Isobutanol has many advantages compared to first generation bio fuels. Its longer hydrocarbon chain gives it a molecular structure that is closer to gasoline, resulting in better fuel economy. It can be blended in gasoline at higher concentrations than ethanol without the need to modify vehicles, thus allowing greater concentrations of renewables in the transportation mix. It can be used with ethanol to help improve the performance of ethanol/gasoline blends. Compared to ethanol and methanol, it does not absorb water and does not affect the metal and rubber components of a car's fuel system. Isobutanol can be used in existing pipelines and storage tanks, eliminating the need of truck and rail transportation and expensive infrastructure investment required by first generation biofuels.

http://www.butamax.com/

http://www.butamax.com/_assets/pdf/f...ruary_2011.pdf

http://www.dysonracing.com/company/n...p?news_id=1145

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Old 03-11-2012, 09:02 PM
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2012 Corvette C6.R

2012 looks bright, with an all-new C6.R appearing on the Sebring grid in March. New rules allow the cars to be 50 mm wider (matching the width of the Ferrari 458), which for the C6.R means longer front control arms, rear wheels with more offset, a slightly higher rear wing and revised ZR1 bodywork that looks much like the previous car’s, only about an inch wider per side.

“Our package is significantly better than the one we had,” says Program Manager Doug Fehan, who adds that the Corvette team has visited the wind tunnel in Charlotte and worked very closely with Michelin in the off-season to develop better tires. In addition, Fehan says GM Powertrain has built a new intake manifold that increases power, improves driveability and enhances fuel economy. The calibration of the paddle-shift system, he says, has also been improved, to promote better gearbox durability.

http://www.roadandtrack.com/tests/ca...-corvette-c6-r

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Old 03-14-2012, 11:01 PM
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BMW Team RLL launches the defense of its titles in the GT class of the American Le Mans Series (ALMS) at the 12 Hours of Sebring (US) this Saturday. The "Sebring International Raceway" is the oldest circuit in North America and this year hosts the spectacular endurance race for the 60th time.

This is not the only important anniversary this year: BMW M is celebrating its 40th birthday in 2012. A BMW M3 has triumphed in the GT class at Sebring on three occasions - 1997, 1998 and 2011. BMW also has two overall victories to its name. In 1975 the BMW 3.0 CSL won in Florida, while the BMW V12 LMR prototype crossed the line first after 12 hours in 1999.

Joey Hand (US) and Dirk Müller (DE) return to the ALMS as reigning GT champions. This year they will once again alternate behind the wheel of the no. 56 BMW M3 GT. Twenty three-year-old Jonathan Summerton (US) will join them as the third driver in Sebring, and will also line up at a further three races over the course of the season.

The no. 55 BMW M3 GT, which finished runner-up in Sebring last season, will be driven by Bill Auberlen (US) and Jörg Müller (DE). Auberlen has finished third in the Drivers' Championship for the last two seasons. Jörg Müller is contesting his first ALMS season since 2001, when he won the GT title in the BMW M3 GTR. BMW Team RLL has called on the services of another old hand as this car's third driver, in the form of Uwe Alzen (DE). The German is also due to start at the "Petit Le Mans" in Road Atlanta (US).

Jens Marquardt (BMW Motorsport Director)
"This weekend BMW Team RLL gets down to business in the American Le Mans Series for the first time since it won its titles in 2011. Everyone has worked hard through the winter to ensure that we remain successful with the BMW M3 GT this season. We will be the team to beat, but we are ready for that challenge. I am delighted that we will once again be represented by such an experienced and impressive team of drivers. Everything is in place for us to enjoy another strong year. Now we are all excited to see how the balance of power pans out in Sebring."

Bobby Rahal (Team Principal)
"We've made a number of changes this season. Although not as outwardly obvious as in previous years, we have continued to develop the BMW M3 GT for this season. For 2012, most of the improvements are under the skin to take advantage of some of the new tires that Dunlop has developed. As we've done in every season, the driver line-up has been modified with Jörg Müller replacing Dirk Werner for the season. We've also added Uwe Alzen as a third driver at both Sebring and Petit. I'm also excited to add Jonathan Summerton for four races to substitute for Joey. Along with my son Graham, Jonathan was one of the first six Formula BMW USA scholarship winners in 2004. I believe Jonathan will do a good job for us. Anchoring the line-up will, of course, be Bill Auberlen and Dirk Müller."

Bill Auberlen (BMW M3 GT - No. 55)
"I can't wait for Sebring. I am looking forward to co-driving with Jörg Müller this year and have my fingers crossed that we find success together. The competition is going to be brutal, but we know our cars very well and the team which will work to find every advantage."

Jörg Müller (BMW M3 GT - No. 55)
"I have great memories of Sebring. I won there with the BMW V12 LMR in 1999, then won the GT class two years later with the BMW M3 GTR. The season kicks off with a real highlight at Sebring. I always feel very at home in America. Bill Auberlen, Uwe Alzen and I have experienced a lot in motor racing, and our wealth of experience will stand us in good stead."

Uwe Alzen (BMW M3 GT - No. 55)
"What could be better than to start the season in sunny Florida, and at a fantastic event like the 12 Hours of Sebring. This circuit is a law unto itself. It covers a long distance, and we have to contend with the prototypes, so it will not be an easy race. I spend a lot of time in Florida every year, so this is something of a home race for me."

Joey Hand (BMW M3 GT - No. 56)
"I am more than ready for Sebring this year as I've spent more time testing than ever before. We have tested the ALMS M3 GT twice at Sebring already and I have only recently returned from the test in the BMW M3 DTM in Portugal. Added to that was a week of physical training in Italy. I would love to get the ALMS season started like we did last year with a 1-2 finish. Momentum is important in racing and there is no reason why BMW Team RLL can't keep our championship form rolling on this year."

Dirk Müller (BMW M3 GT - No. 56)
"Finally the waiting is over. Everyone at BMW Motorsport, BMW Team RLL and Dunlop is highly motivated to defend the titles we won last year. The preparations have been excellent and I am very optimistic that we will have another successful season. It certainly won't be easy, but we are well prepared. It feels great to be the team to beat again."

Jonathan Summerton (BMW M3 GT - No. 56)
"I appreciate the opportunity BMW has given me and will do everything I can to support the BMW Team RLL program at Sebring. I have had two productive tests with the team and feel ready for my first sports car endurance race."

http://www.bmw-motorsport.com/ms_en/...son_in_sebring


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Sebring Qualifying

LMP1: Audi R18 _ 1:45.820

LMP1: Honda ARX-03a _ 1:47.536 (fastest gasoline car)

LMP2: Morgan-Judd _ 1:50.467

LMGT: Ferrari F458 _ 1:58.427

http://www.americanlemans.com/articl...ing-qualifying

http://www.lemans.org/en/races/fia-w...pole_6500.html

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Old 03-16-2012, 07:23 PM
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Sebring Qualifying

http://www.joest-racing.de/web/news/...=661&sprache=d

http://www.oak-racing.com/news-en/pl...ebring?lang=en

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In LMP1, the diesel-powered Audis have received a 7 percent smaller air restrictor, a cut in turbo boost and a 5 liter fuel capacity reduction.

In GT, the Corvettes receive a 0.4mm larger air restrictor along with more flexibility in the placement of its rear wing, the latter having been given to the Aston Martin and BMWs as well.

http://www.mulsannescorner.com/Sebring2012.html

http://www.americanlemans.com/articl...e-design-rules

http://www.spotterguides.com/wp-cont...sebring_SG.pdf

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Sebring Race

1. LMP1: Audi R18 _ 325 laps

3. LMP2: Honda ARX-03b _ 319 laps (top gasoline car)

18. LMGT: BMW M3 _ 307 laps

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http://racing.honda.com/hpd/press-re...spx?id=6534-en

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Audi Driver – Allan McNish

"I always had an eye that the HPDs would be better in the race than they were in qualifying. Without a doubt, I was sure that was going to be the case. Just with the way their cars are, and when it rubbered up, Klaus Graf, put in a 1:47.9, which was just a tad off our fastest lap. So they had the pure outright pace, they just didn't necessarily have it all the time. So even though there were no other factories there, I was mindful that there was enough competition if we made a slight error, they would be there to pick up the pieces very quickly. And in reality, the Muscle Milk car should have finished second."

http://auto-racing.speedtv.com/artic...cnish-sebring/

http://www.americanlemans.com/articl...ing-heartbreak

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JRM Driver – Karun Chandhok

“Obviously the car is a lot heavier and has less power than an F1 car, but they've got a good amount of downforce and are very enjoyable to drive once you get it dialed in.

We were a whole lap ahead of the Nick Heidfeld/Neel Jani/Nicolas Prost Rebellion car so a podium was looking good.

On average it looked like the Audi's were about 2 seconds a lap quicker than everyone else but behind them, the battle to be best of the rest is very tight. When I followed them on track, they also seemed to have a big advantage in traffic because they have so much torque with the diesel engine, they can pull out of corners quicker and get past cars more easily.

When I walked into the paddock there were so many familiar faces from F1 and GP2 there, it was a real surprise. The teams are very professional and you really have to be on it for every lap of every stint to be competitive.”

http://www.autosport.com/news/report.php/id/98216

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Audi is continuing its test at the Sebring this week, despite a serious accident late on Monday that hospitalized Timo Bernhard.

Audi started its traditional test the week after the Sebring 12 Hours with four cars, concluded that the technical problem that put Bernhard into the barriers at Turn 17 would not reoccur on the other cars and resumed running on Tuesday.

Bernhard climbed from the wreck of the R18 unaided but was taken to hospital where he spent the night under observation.

Audi began the four-day test with two R18 e-tron quattro hybrids, one conventional R18 and the #3 R18 TDI that took part in the race at Sebring on Saturday.

http://auto-racing.speedtv.com/artic...bring-testing/

http://auto-racing.speedtv.com/artic...ing-audi-test/


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Sebring Race - Fastest Laps

LMP1: Audi R18 _ 1:46.567

LMP1: Honda ARX-03a _ 1:47.979 (fastest gasoline car)

LMP2: Morgan-Judd _ 1:51.306

LMGT: Ferrari F458 _ 2:00.123

http://www.alms.com/results/race?yea...=2012&race=597

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Audi R18 e-tron

The e-tron quattro is significantly faster than the regular R18 Ultra. With each lap the R18 e-tron would gain about 10 car lengths on the R18 ultra.

Under braking, the car stores the energy in a flywheel in the front of the car, which then can convert that energy to horsepower nder acceleration. The horsepower is sent to the front axle, giving it AWD. The e-tron system adds an estimated 100 hp per front wheel. The power delivery is automated, and the driver does not control it. The ACO rule book states that the car cannot use this below 75mph to prevent any unfair advantage in the slow corners.

http://www.quattroworld.com/2012-12-...ng/#more-14905

http://www.mulsannescorner.com/newsmarch12.html

http://www.roadandtrack.com/racing/m...ybrid-race-car

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TOYOTA Racing will return to the track on 4 May with a functionality test of its TS030 HYBRID at the Magny-Cours circuit in France.

Following the accident at Paul Ricard on 4 April, which damaged the monocoque of the first TS030 HYBRID, the team has worked hard to accelerate production of a second car. This will be completed directly before transportation to the one-day functionality test.

A total of seven test days were cancelled in April as a result of the testing accident, giving the team no opportunity to validate the aerodynamic and hybrid system specifications intended for its first race.

So the team had no choice but to miss the WEC Six Hours of Spa-Francorchamps event, which takes place on 3-5 May.

Yoshiaki Kino****a, Team President: "I would like to express my thanks to the staff members at TOYOTA Motorsport GmbH who have worked so hard to deliver our second monocoque ahead of schedule. Now we have a very intense testing programme to prepare for Le Mans, beginning with an initial functionality test to shakedown our systems."

TOYOTA Racing's first race will be the 24 Hours of Le Mans on 16-17 June, where the team will enter two TS030 HYBRID cars.




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LMP1: Audi R18 e-tron _ 2:01.579

LMP1: Lola-Toyota _ 2:04.234 (fastest gasoline car)

LMP2: Oreca-Nissan _ 2:09.302

LMGT: Ferrari F458 _ 2:19.770

http://www.autosport.com/news/report.php/id/99356

http://www.lemans.org/en/races/fia-w...ole-_6960.html

http://www.lemans.org/en/races/fia-w...ero-_6961.html




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Get your DVRs ready, the sequel to the highly-acclaimed “Truth in 24” will make its worldwide television premiere this weekend on SPEED. “Truth in 24 II: Every Second Counts”, a unique documentary chronicling Audi’s narrow 13.854-second victory in the 2011 Le Mans 24 Hours, will air Saturday May 5 at 4 p.m. ET on SPEED and will be available soon after on iTunes.
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