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Introducing the book/ebook The Dynamics of the Race Car

ChassisSim is proud to announce the launch of the Book/eBook, “The Dynamics of the Race Car”. This book will cover anything you ever wanted to know about race car vehicle dynamics but were afraid to ask.

This book incorporates everything Danny Nowlan and the ChassisSim team have learnt about what really counts to make a racecar go fast. These have been hard earned lessons from categories as diverse as F3, GP2, V8 Supercars, A1GP, GT, Sportscars and many more.

The topics covered in the book are,

  • Tyres
  • Suspension geometry
  • The selection of springs, bar, dampers and inerters
  • Race car stability and control
  • Aero
  • Differentials
  • Data analysis
  • Race car simulation and many more.

The pricing for the book is as follows,

eBook – USD $85.00 (local sales tax may apply). – available now.

To download/purchase the eBook go to this site


The first 55 pages are complimentary. To read the rest you fill in the details in the secure shopping cart.

The reader for the eBook can be downloaded here


Danny Nowlan the Director of ChassisSim explains

“Ever since I started in this business I have wanted to write something like this. This book takes a very thorough first principles approach to solve real world racecar vehicle dynamics problems. This book will not just tell you how, it will tell you why”

This book will be an invaluable addition to your race engineering library.

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