High performance motors, inverters and batteries are becoming an integral part of modern racing powertrains. But, just like IC engines, they also emit heat which needs to be extracted effectively. in the heat of the moment and with these hugely complex systems and restrictive regulations, engineers working in the field of electric racing have been forced to come up with ever-more ingenious methods to cool their motors, inverters and batteries. Racecar Engineering spoke to those in the know; including Arnaud Martin, our Chief Engineer of Motorsport to find out more.
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