Archive for Author 'William Kimberley', only excerpts shown, click title for full entry.

Fast Car Physics

by Chuck Edmondson

So you want to drive fast. Better you first strap on your slide rule before you strap yourself into that car.

Making Sense of Squiggly Lines: The Basic Analysis of Race Car Data Acquisition

by Christopher Brown

If your car is already plumbed for data acquisition, this book will help you get the most out of the squiggly lines on your graphs.

Competition Car Aerodynamics: A Practical Handbook

by Simon McBeath

Modern competition cars are unthinkable without downforce and drag, two key aerodynamic parameters, all explained here by a practitioner.

The Science of Formula 1 Design: Expert Analysis of the Anatomy of the Modern Grand Prix Car

by David Tremayne

This book cleverly walks the tightrope of being both a technical book and one that will appeal to the reader who wants to understand more about the technology that goes into a modern Formula 1 car.