Mercedes F1 W10 EQ Power+ n.44 Winner Formula 1 World Champion 2019

MERCEDES F1 W10 EQ Power+ n.44

MERCEDES F1 W10 EQ Power+ n.44

HISTORY

The Mercedes F1 W10 EQ Power+ n.44 is the winning car of the Formula One World Championship in 2019.

Lewis Hamilton driving the Mercedes F1 W10 EQ Power+ n.44 won the Formula 1 World Championship in 2018, for the British rider he was the sixth driver title.
Mercedes for the sixth consecutive year wins the constructors’ title.

CHASSIS

Mercedes F1 W10
Moulded carbon fibre & Honeycomb composite structure
Length: 5773 mm
Width: 2000 mm
Height: 950 mm
Brakes: Carbon Fibre Discs
Tyres: Pirelli

ENGINE

Mercedes-AMG M10 EQ Power+ Hybrid Turbo 1600 cc V6 engine 90°, limited to 15,000 RPM in a mid-mounted
Electric Motor: Motor Generator Unit Kinetic, Motor Generator Unit Heat
Power: 750-850 CV
DriveType: Rear wheel drive
Transmission: Semi-automatic Sequential Gearbox eight Speed Forward and one reverse
Tank capacity: ? Lt
Fuel Type: Petrol

RESULT

Winner Formula 1 World Champion 2019 with driver Lewis Hamilton
GP winner: GP of Bahrain 2019, GP of China 2019, GP of Spain 2019, GP of Monaco 2019, GP of Canada 2019, GP of France 2019, GP of Great Britain 2019, GP of Hungary 2019, GP of Russian 2019, GP of Abu Dhabi 2019.

Renault RE20 n.16 sixth in the Formula 1 World Champion 1980

RENAULT RE20 n.16

RENAULT RE20 n.16

HISTORY

The Renault RE20 n.16 is a single-seater that participated in the Formula 1 World Championship in 1980. After obtaining the first victory in Formula 1 with the Renault RS10 in Dijon with Jabouille, the French manufacturer with the new project entrusted to Michel Tetu and Francois Castaing, tried to be the true outsider of the championship.

Rene Arnoux at the wheel of the Renault RE20 n.16 arrived sixth in the 1980 Formula 1 World Championship, achieving two victories in the season. The start of the World Championship was good thanks to two victories in the Grand Prix of Brazil and South Africa, but the French engine during the year blamed problems that forced Arnoux to retire several times, thus being unable to fight for the title won at the end of the season by Alan Jone on the Williams FW07B. The Renault RE20 won a third victory with the other driver of the team Jean-Pierre Jabouille in Austria. With three victories, six pole positions and two fastest laps the French manufacturer came fourth in the constructors’ championship.

CHASSIS

Tyrrell 010
Aluminium monocoque with fully stressed engine
Length: ? mm
Width: ? mm
Height: ? mm
Brakes: Carbon Fibre Discs
Tyres: Michelin

ENGINE

Renault Gordini EF1 1492 cc V6 turbo
Mid, longitudinally mounted
Power: 388 Kw
Drive Type: Rear
Transmission: Hewland FGA 400 five speed manual gearbox
Fuel Type: Petrol
Tank Capacity: ? lt

RESULT

sixth in the Formula 1 World Champion 1980 with driver Rene Arnoux
Race winner: GP Brasil 1980, GP South Africa 1980

Tyrrell - Ford Cosworth 010 n.4 twelfth in the Formula 1 World Champion 1980 with Derek Daly

TYRRELL – FORD COSWORTH 010 n.4

TYRRELL – FORD COSWORTH 010 n.4

HISTORY

The Tyrrell – Ford Cosworth 010 n.4 is a car that participated in the Formula 1 World Championship in 1980. The British team entrusted Maurice Philippe with the design of the new car. The 010 had an aluminum monocoque and was equipped with the traditional Ford Cosworth engine and the Hewland gearbox.

Derek Daly with the Tyrrell – Ford Cosworth 010 n.4 arrived twelfth in the 1980 Formula 1 World Championship, achieving fourth place as best result. Together with team-mate Jarier, Daly did not perform well. The best results of the team were the two fourth places obtained by the Irish driver in the races in Argentina and Great Britain. In the last two races of the season a third car was deployed for the young driver Mike Thackwell.

Daly was the protagonist during the departure of the Monaco Grand Prix of a dangerous carom, without physical consequences for the drivers.

Accident at the start of the Monaco Grand Prix in 1980

The Tyrrell ended the season sixth in the constructors’ championship won by Williams FW07B and world champion Alan Jones.

CHASSIS

Tyrrell 010
Aluminium and carbon fibre monocoque with fully stressed engine
Length: ? mm
Width: ? mm
Height: ? mm
Brakes: Carbon Fibre Discs
Tyres: Goodyear

ENGINE

Ford Cosworth DFV 2993 cc V8 90°
Mid, longitudinally mounted
Power: 366 Kw injection
Drive Type: Rear
Transmission: Hewland FGA 400 five speed manual gearbox
Fuel Type: Petrol
Tank Capacity: ? lt

RESULT

Twelfth in the Formula 1 World Champion 1980 with driver Derek Daly

Lotus - Ford Cosworth 81 n.12 seventh in the Formula 1 1980

LOTUS – FORD COSWORTH 81 n.12

LOTUS – FORD COSWORTH 81 n.12

HISTORY

The Lotus – Ford Cosworth 81 n.12 is a car that participated in the Formula 1 World Championship in 1980. The English team after the victory of the world in 1978 with the Lotus 79, failed to repeat itself the following year with the Lotus 80. Colin Chapman and Martin Ogilvie planned for the new season a much more traditional car that exploited the ground effect, but the excessive downforce created many bumps on the track.

The car was sponsored with the Essex brand

Elio De Angelis with the Lotus – Ford Cosworth 81 n.12 arrived seventh in the 1980 Formula 1 World Championship, achieving a second place as best result. The Italian driver scored points four times in the season and in the Brazilian Grand Prix finished second behind Rene Arnoux’s Renault RE20 n.16. Together with team-mate Mario Andretti, they brought Lotus at the end of the season to fifth place in the constructors’ championship won by Williams FW07B and world champion Alan Jones.

CHASSIS

Lotus 81
Aluminium and carbon fibre monocoque with fully stressed engine
Length: 4623 mm
Width: 2134 mm
Height: 965 mm
Suspension front: Double wishbones, coil springs over dampers, anti-roll bar
Suspension rear: Double wishbones, coil springs over dampers, anti-roll bar
Brakes: Carbon Fibre Discs
Tyres: Goodyear

ENGINE

Ford Cosworth DFV 2993 cc V8 90°
Mid, longitudinally mounted
Power: 366 Kw injection
Drive Type: Rear
Transmission: Hewland FGA 400 five speed manual gearbox
Fuel Type: Petrol
Tank Capacity: ? lt

RESULT

Seventh in the Formula 1 World Champion 1980 with driver Elio De Angelis

Brabham - Ford Cosworth BT49 n.5 second in the Formula 1 World Champion 1980

BRABHAM – FORD COSWORTH BT49 n.5

BRABHAM – FORD COSWORTH BT49 n.5

HISTORY

The Brabham – Ford Cosworth BT49 n.5 is a car that participated in the Formula 1 World Championship in 1980. The English team designed the new car already at the end of the 1979 season and derived from the Brabham BT48 which was equipped with the Alfa engine Romeo. In the new season the team changes engines by switching to the smaller but more reliable Ford Cosworth, which gave the possibility to increase the capacity of the tank.

Nelson Piquet with the Brabham – Ford Cosworth BT49 n.5 arrived second in the 1980 Formula 1 World Championship, winning three times. The Brazilian driver during the season fought for the title thanks to three victories in the Grand Prix of the United States, Holland and Italy, but technical problems in the last two races forced him to surrender against the Williams FW07B of Alan Jones who became World Champion. Brabham came third in the constructors’ championship.

CHASSIS

Brabham BT49
Aluminium and carbon fibre monocoque with fully stressed engine
Length: ? mm
Width: ? mm
Height: ? mm
Suspension front: Double wishbone pullrod
Suspension rear: Double wishbone pullrod
Brakes: Carbon Fibre Discs
Tyres: Goodyear

ENGINE

Ford Cosworth DFV 2993 cc V8 90°
Mid, longitudinally mounted
Power: 366 Kw injection
Drive Type: Rear
Transmission: Hewland FGA 400 five speed manual gearbox
Fuel Brand: Elf
Fuel Type: Petrol
Tank Capacity: ? lt

RESULT

Second in the Formula 1 World Champion 1980 with driver Nelson Piquet
GP winner: GP of USA West 1980, GP of Holland 1980, GP of Italy 1980

Ligier - Ford Cosworth JS11/15 n.26 fourth in the Formula 1 World Champion 1980

LIGIER – FORD COSWORTH JS11/15 n.26

LIGIER – FORD COSWORTH JS11/15 n.26

HISTORY

The Ligier – Ford Cosworth JS11/15 n.26 is a car that participated in the Formula 1 World Championship in 1980. The French team, after the good results of 1979 with the Ligier JS11, updated the car for the new season. Designers Gerard Decaurage and Michel Beaujon focused on increasing the ground effect.

Jacques Laffitte with Ligier – Ford Cosworth JS11/15 n.26 finished fourth in the 1980 Formula 1 World Championship, achieving a victory. The French driver despite the five podiums in the season and the victory in Germany failed to fight for the world title won by Alan Jones’s, with double points compared to French Williams FW07B. Laffitte and team-mate Didier Pironi in some races were forced to retire due to suspension problems or tire punctures, the cause was the excessive downforce created by the car.

The Ligier with two victories(Belgium and Germany), three pole positions and three fast laps, came second in the constructors’ championship.

CHASSIS

Ligier JS11/15
Aluminium and carbon fibre monocoque with fully stressed engine
Length: ? mm
Width: ? mm
Height: ? mm
Suspension: lower wishbones, top rockers actuating in-board coil springs over dampers, anti-roll bar
Brakes: Carbon Fibre Discs
Tyres: Goodyear

ENGINE

Ford Cosworth DFV 2993 cc V8 90°
Mid, longitudinally mounted
Power: 366 Kw injection
Drive Type: Rear
Transmission: Hewland FGA 400 five speed manual gearbox
Fuel Brand: Elf
Fuel Type: Petrol
Tank Capacity: ? lt

RESULT

Fourth in the Formula 1 World Champion 1980 with driver Jacques Laffitte
Race winner: GP Germany of 1980

Arrows - Ford Cosworth A3 n.29 ninth Formula 1 World Champion 1980

ARROWS – FORD COSWORTH A3 n.29

ARROWS – FORD COSWORTH A3 n.29

HISTORY

The Arrows – Ford Cosworth A3 n.29 is a car that participated in the Formula 1 World Championship in 1980. The British team entrusted the design of the new car to Tony Southgate and Dave Wass. The traditional Ford Cosworth engine and the Hewland gearbox and Goodyear tires fitted an aluminum monocoque with a golden livery from the beer brewer Weirsteiner.

Riccardo Patrese with the Arrows – Ford Cosworth A3 n.29 arrived ninth in the 1980 Formula 1 World Championship, achieving a second place as best result. The Italian driver scored points only twice a season and in the Long Beach Grand Prix finished second behind Nelson Piquet’s Brabham. Together with team-mate Jochen Mass, they failed to achieve great results due to the car’s fragility.

The German seventeenth in the world championship with four points, was the protagonist of an accident in Austria that caused him a back injury, the team replaced him in the last races with Mike Thackwell and then with Manfred Winkelhock, but both failed to qualify.

Arrows - Ford Cosworth A3 n.29 seventeenth Formula 1 World Champion 1980
Arrows – Ford Cosworth A3 n.30

At the end of the season, Arrows finished seventh in the constructors’ championship won by Williams FW07B and world champion Alan Jones.

CHASSIS

Arrows A3
Aluminium and carbon fibre monocoque with fully stressed engine
Length: ? mm
Width: ? mm
Height: ? mm
Brakes: Carbon Fibre Discs
Suspension front: Double wishbones, springs
Suspension rear: Double wishbones, springs
Tyres: Goodyear

ENGINE

Ford Cosworth DFV 2993 cc V8 90°
Mid, longitudinally mounted
Power: 366 Kw injection
Drive Type: Rear
Transmission: Hewland FGA 400 five speed manual gearbox
Fuel Brand: Valvoline
Fuel Type: Petrol
Tank Capacity: ? lt

RESULT

Ninth in the Formula 1 World Champion 1980 with driver Riccardo Patrese

Arrows - Ford Cosworth A3 n.29 eleventh Formula 1 World Champion 1981

ARROWS – FORD COSWORTH A3 n.29

ARROWS – FORD COSWORTH A3 n.29

HISTORY

CHASSIS

Arrows A3
Aluminium and carbon fibre monocoque with fully stressed engine
Length: ? mm
Width: ? mm
Height: ? mm
Brakes: Carbon Fibre Discs
Tyres: Michelin

ENGINE

Ford Cosworth DFV 2993 cc V8 90°
Mid, longitudinally mounted
Power: 366 Kw injection
Drive Type: Rear
Transmission: Hewland FGA 400 five speed manual gearbox
Fuel Type: Petrol
Tank Capacity: ? lt

RESULT

Eleventh in the Formula 1 World Champion 1981 with driver Riccardo Patrese

Renault RE40 n.15 second in the Formula 1 World Champion 1983 with Prost

RENAULT RE40 n.15

RENAULT RE40 n.15

HISTORY

The Renault RE40 n.15 is a single-seater that participated in the 1983 Formula 1 World Championship. Thanks to the work of engineers Bernard Dudot, Michel Tétu and Jean-Claude Migeot, the French team brought its first car on the track with the carbon fiber body and flat bottom. The pilots for the new year were Alain Prost and Eddie Cheever.

Alain Prost at the wheel of the Renault RE40 n.15 arrived second in the 1983 Formula 1 World Championship, with four victories.
The transalpine driver proved constant throughout the season, winning four victories in France, Belgium, Great Britain and Austria, three more podiums and three pole positions. This allowed him to fight for the world title until the last race in South Africa where the engine failure forced him to retire, he was overtaken by Nelson Piquet with the Brabham BT52 that crossed the finish line in third position and won the title with two points of advantage.

CHASSIS

Renault RE40
Carbon fibre monocoque with rear subframe
Length: ? mm
Width: ? mm
Height: ? mm
Brakes: Carbon Fibre Discs
Tyres: Michelin

ENGINE

Renault-Gordini EF1 turbo 1492 cc, V6 90°, longitudinally mounted
Power: 471 KW
DriveType: Rear wheel drive
Transmission: Renault/Hewland five speed manual Weismann Differential+RM
Fuel Type: Petrol
Tank Capacity: 240 lt

RESULT

Second in the Formula 1 World Champion 1983 with driver Alain Prost
GP winner: GP of France 1983, GP of Belgium 1983, GP of Great Britain 1983, GP of Austria 1983.

Kurtis Kraft 500A - Offenhauser n.14 winner 500 Miles of Indianapolis 1953

KURTIS KRAFT 500A – OFFENHAUSER n.14

KURTIS KRAFT 500A – OFFENHAUSER n.14

HISTORY

CHASSIS

Kurtis Kraft 500A
?
Length: ? mm
Width: ? mm
Height: ? mm
Brakes: ?
Tyres: Firestone

ENGINE

Offenhauser 4500 cc 4 cylinder
Power: ? kW
Drive Type: Front wheel drive
Transmission: ?
Fuel Type: Petrol
Tank Capacity: ?

RESULT

Winner 500 Miles of Indianapolis with driver Bill Vucovich