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Old 19 Aug 2018, 12:57 (Ref:3844625)   #316
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knighty should be qualifying in the top 5 on the gridknighty should be qualifying in the top 5 on the grid
Looks like AER just done their reputation for creating smoke-displays another tick in the box...... Kaboom......am sure the NISMO Cosworth-Nissan will find its way into another LMP1 soon.
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Looks like AER just done their reputation for creating smoke-displays another tick in the box......
Ginetta guys are shaking... cause of the cold probably.
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There's an evolution of the AER P60B on the way for 2019, the P60C.

Link to Endurance-Info article (in French)
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There's an evolution of the AER P60B on the way for 2019, the P60C.

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The last question in this thing made me wonder about the future WEC regulations:

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Is AER interested in the new WEC regulations?

"In any case, AER is looking to the future and we are working on our engine choice for the WEC 2020 regulation. "
Does this mean they might work with a manufacturer to produce a race engine and ERS system? I was under the impression that you had to use an OEM package for the engine but were able to develop your own chassis?
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That is a wrong impression. You can use whatever engine you wish, but if it's a production engine at least 25 (cars with that engine) must have been made by the time the car gets on track. Same for the ERS. But you can use a bespoke racing engine. In that case there are no production requirements, but it looks like you also don't get a few goodies you might get by using a production engine. It's somewhat confusingly put in the rules and certain publications in their haste to say something about the regulations got it completely wrong which doesn't help.
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That is a wrong impression. You can use whatever engine you wish, but if it's a production engine at least 25 (cars with that engine) must have been made by the time the car gets on track. Same for the ERS. But you can use a bespoke racing engine. In that case there are no production requirements, but it looks like you also don't get a few goodies you might get by using a production engine. It's somewhat confusingly put in the rules and certain publications in their haste to say something about the regulations got it completely wrong which doesn't help.
I noticed that too. The rush to be 'first!' had a few sites backtracking their initial article. I was surprised that they put that in there because it made no sense to me and sure enough it was false info, fake news if you will

I also don't think manufacturers are forced to use a production engine either. That would make little sense as well. I kinda like the fact that you can use a production engine but must produce a few examples of said engine in a car. I can see someone like Toyota and Aston Martin using upcoming road hypercars for the select few.
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