Ferrari f1 f2003-ga winner formula 1 champion 2003 with Schumacher

FERRARI F1 F2003-GA n.1

FERRARI F1 F2003-GA n.1

HISTORY

The Ferrari F1 F2003-GA is the car used by Ferrari for the 2003 season of the Formula 1 Championship. The car was designed by the duo Rory Byrne and Ross Brawn, and is based on the development of the previous Ferrari F2002.
The initials Ferrari F1 F2003-GA differs from the usual acronyms for the addition of the syllable “GA” whose meaning is the dedication to the lawyer Gianni Agnelli, who died in January 2003.

With the Ferrari F2003-GA Michael Schumacher won his sixth world title, the third in a row with Ferrari. The german driver with this car won five Grand Prix races: GP of Spain, GP of Austria, GP of Canada, GP of Italy and GP of the United States, while teammate Rubens Barrichello won the GP of Great Britain and the GP of Japan. The Ferrari team also obtained the constructors world title.
Michael Schumacher won the title only at the last Grand Prix of Japan with two points ahead of Kimi Raikkonen who piloted McLaren, the english team with the young finnish driver managed to fight for the world thanks to the support of the Michelin tires, but the experience of the German champion was decisive..

CHASSIS

Ferrari F1 F2003-GA
Carbon-composite monocoque
Length: 4545 mm
Width: 1796 mm
Height: 959 mm
Brakes: ventilated carbon discs, all round
Tyres: Bridgestone

ENGINE

Ferrari Type 052, 2997 cc V10 90°
Power: 660-710 kW
Drive Type: Rear wheel drive
Transmission: Semi automatic Sequential Limited-slip Differential Gearbox Seven Speed Forward and One reverse
Fuel Type: Petrol
Tank Capacity: ?

RESULT

Winner Formula 1 World Champion 2003 with driver Michael Schumacher
GP winner: GP of Spain 2003, GP of Austria 2003, GP of Canada 2003, GP of Italy 2003, GP of USA 2003

Williams Renault FW15C winner Formula 1 Champion 1993 with Alain Prost

WILLIAMS – RENAULT FW15C n.2

WILLIAMS-RENAULT FW15C n.2

HISTORY

The Williams Renault FW15C was designed by Adrian Newey and Patrick Head for the 1993 F1 World Championship. The car was based on the previous model of the Williams FW14B, which dominated the 1992 World Championship with Nigel Mansell. The combination with the Renault engine was perfect, the technology mounted on the Williams Renault FW15C is considered among the most important, the active suspension and the anti-skid system, are among the systems brought by the British manufacturer and will be banned since 1994.

Thanks to his political strength, Alain Prost managed to take the place left by World Champion Nigel Mansell (who decided to go racing in the Indycar Championship), to the detriment of Ayrton Senna who had now reached an agreement with Frank Williams.
The Williams Renault FW15C, thanks to its superiority, won the F1 World Championship with Alain Prost who had the best of a fantastic Ayrton Senna. Thanks to the points won by Damon Hill Williams also won the constructors’ championship.
Prost won 7 victories: South Africa, San Marino, Spain, Canada, France, Great Britain, Germany.

CHASSIS

Williams FW15C
carbon-fibre monocoque
Length: 4250 mm
Width: 2000 mm
Height: 1000 mm
Brakes: ventilated carbon ceramic discs, all round, ABS
Tyres: Goodyear

ENGINE

Renault RS5, 3493 cc V10 67°
Power: 582 kW
Drive Type: Rear wheel drive
Transmission: Williams six speed semi automatic
Fuel Type: Petrol
Tank Capacity: ?

RESULT

Winner Formula 1 World Champion 1993 with driver Alain Prost
GP winner: GP of South Africa 1993, GP of San Marino 1993, GP of Spain 1993, GP of Canada 1993, GP of France 1993, GP of Great Britain 1993, GP of Germany 1993

ferrari 158 f1 winner Formula 1 champion 1964

FERRARI 158 F1

FERRARI 158 F1

HISTORY

The Ferrari 158 F1 was designed by the engineer Mauro Forghieri for the 1964 F1 World Championship. The project is inspired by the revolutionary Lotus 25 that dominated the 1963 world championship with Jim Clark. The structure of the monocoque was trussed in steel tubes, where aluminum panels were placed. The tanks of the Ferrari 158 F1 were sideways and in front of the driver’s seat, which allowed the reduction of the front section improving the distribution of the weights. For the engine the Ferrari abandoned the old V6 for a V8 of 1489 cc.

Under the leadership of John Surtees, the Ferrari 158 F1 won the F1 World Championships in 1964 and thanks to team-mate Lorenzo Bandini (winner of the Austrian Grand Prix), also the constructors’ championship. John Surtees got two victories in that year, in the Grand Prix of Germany and in the Italian Grand Prix, but thanks to the second place in the last race of the Grand Prix Mexico, he managed to overtake Graham Hill by one point.
John Surtees is the only driver to win both a F1 and a motorcycle world championship.

CHASSIS

Ferrari 158 F1
Aluminium semi-monocoque with semi-stressed engine
Length: 3950 mm
Width: 1697 mm
Height: 768 mm
Brakes: ventilated discs, all round, mounted in-board at the rear
Tyres: Dunlop

ENGINE

Ferrari Type 205/B 90° V8 1489,23 cc
Power: 157 kw
Drive Type: Rear wheel drive.
Transmission: Ferrari Type 543/C, six speed manual
Tank: 125 litres
Fuel Type: Petrol

RESULT

Winner Formula 1 World Champion 1964 with driver John Surtees
GP winner: GP of Germany 1964 with John Surtees, GP of Austria 1964 with Lorenzo Bandini, GP of Italy 1964 with John Surtees

brabham repco t24 winner formula 1 champion 1967

BRABHAM – REPCO BT24

BRABHAM – REPCO BT24

HISTORY

The Brabham Repco BT24 won the Formula 1 World Championship in 1967 under the guidance of the australian driver Denny Hulme, for the Australian rider is the first and only world won, the second consecutive instead for the Brabham stable.

Designed by Ron Tauranac, the Brabham Repco BT24 derived from the base of the Formula 2 BT23. At the frame space frame, du combined the new Repco 740 V8 engine, completely built by the Repco, while the previous engines were based on the Oldsmobile structure. Tauranac pretended by the Repco to build an engine with the exhausts to the center reducing the frontal impact of the car and to avoid that these cross the rear suspensions.
The Brabham Repco BT24 even if less performing than the Lotus 49 had its better reliability.
With the reigning champion Jack Brabham and Denny Hulme behind the wheel, the Brabham Repco BT24 achieved only three victories, in the Grand Prix of France and Canada with Brabham and in the German Grand Prix with Hulme but with eight other podiums, the team conquered the championship builders, while Hulme won the Drivers’ Championship for 5 points on the teammate.

CHASSIS

Brabham BT24
steel spaceframe with fibreglass body
Length: 3937 mm
Width: ? mm
Height: 864 mm
Brakes: discs, all round
Tyres: Goodyear

ENGINE

Repco 740 90° V8 2994 cc
Power: 246 kw
Drive Type: Rear wheel drive.
Transmission: Hewland DG300, five speed manual, ZF differential
Tank capacity: 75 litres
Fuel Type: Petrol

RESULT

Winner Formula 1 World Champion 1967 with driver Denny Hulme
GP winner: GP of Germany 1967

Tyrrell Ford Cosworth 003

TYRRELL – FORD COSWORTH 003

TYRRELL – FORD COSWORTH 003

HISTORY

The Tyrrell Ford Cosworth 003 won the Formula 1 World Championship in 1971 with Jackie Stewart. The car designed by Derek Gardner debut at the Grand Prix of Spain in 1971 on the Montjuic circuit, Jackie Stewart, even though he qualified only in fourth place, managed to win against Jackie Ickx’s Ferrari despite the greater power of his engine.

The Tyrrell Ford Coswort 003 was a very agile car and in the rest of the season, it continued to evolve. In the Netherlands Gardner positioned an air intake over the pilot’s head, this was designed to take cold air and convey it to the engine increasing its power. In France, the Tyrrell Ford Cosworth 003 presented itself with a new front nose completely innovative in Formula One. The muzzle covered the entire front, deflecting the air directly on the front radiator or flowing on the top of the car instead of crossing the front suspension. This made it possible to position the entire car further down, increasing the aerodynamic load.
During the season Jackie Stewart won six grand prizes on the eleven of the season: Spain, Monaco, France, Great Britain, Germany and Canada. This allowed him to win the Formula 1 World Championship with an important gap on the runner-up Ronnie Peterson. For the Scottish rider it was the second world title after the 1968 one on the Matra, while for the Tyrrell it was the first world title and in the same year it also won the constructors thanks to the third place of Francois Cevert.

CHASSIS

Lotus 72D
aluminium monocoque with fully stressed engine
Length: ? mm
Width: ? mm
Height: ? mm
Brakes: ventilated discs, all round
Tyres: Goodyear

ENGINE

Ford Cosworth DFV 90° V8 2993 cc
Power: 336 kw
Drive Type: Rear wheel drive.
Transmission: Hewland FG 400 five speed Manual
Tank capacity: 75 litres
Fuel Type: Petrol

RESULT

Winner Formula 1 World Champion 1971 with driver Jackie Stewart
GP winner: GP of Spain 1971, GP of Monaco 1971, GP of France 1971, GP of Great Britain 1971, GP of Germany 1971, GP of Canada 1971

matra ford cosworth ms80 winner formula 1 champion 1969

MATRA – FORD COSWORTH MS80

MATRA – FORD COSWORTH MS80

HISTORY

The Matra Ford Cosworth MS80 is a car designed by the french designer of Matra Bernard Boyer and Gerard Decarouge. The car had a monocoque chassis, and inside it was housed the 8-cylinder Ford Cosworth DFV engine, which delivered a power of 321 kw. The change was a five Hewland marches. Fuel tanks had been fitted to the sides of the car.

The Matra Ford Cosworth MS80 won the Formula 1 World Championship in 1969 with Jackie Stewart. For the Scottish pilot it was the first world affirmation of his three titles. He reached the goal thanks to the five victories in the Grand Prix of Spain, Holland, France, Great Britain and Italy, distancing the second in the standings the Belgian Jackie Ickx on Brabham with almost thirty points.
With the Matra Ford Cosworth MS80 the French team also won its first and only Formula 1 World Championship.

CHASSIS

Matra MS80
aluminium monocoque with fully stressed engine
Length: 2400 mm
Width: 1500 mm
Height: 980 mm
Brakes: ventilated discs, all round, mounted in-board
Tyres: Firestone

ENGINE

Ford Cosworth DFV 90° V8 2993 cc
Power: 321 kw
Drive Type: Rear wheel drive.
Transmission: Hewland DG 300 five speed Manual
Tank capacity: 75 litres
Fuel Type: Petrol

RESULT

Winner Formula 1 World Champion 1969 with driver Jackie Stewart
GP winner: GP of Spain 1969, GP of Holland 1969, GP of France 1969, GP of Great Britain 1969, GP of Italy 1969

Lotus Ford Cosworth 72D

LOTUS – FORD COSWORTH 72D

LOTUS – FORD COSWORTH 72D

HISTORY

The Lotus Ford Cosworth 72D is the third evolution of the car that won the world in 1970. A car that Colin Chapman improved in every detail by abandoning the idea of the Lotus 56 turbine. The air intake for the engine mounted above the rider’s head became higher making the Cosworth engine more powerful, the larger rear wing gave greater aerodynamic efficiency.

The Lotus also wins the title of Constructors World Champion and with the guide, Emerson Fittipaldi won the F1 world championship in 1972, becoming the youngest driver to win the world championship at just 25 years of age. The brazilian driver showed great maturity, maintaining a regularity in getting points. He won five races: Spain, Belgium, Great Britain, Austria and Italy, just the victory in the Italian Grand Prix graduated with two races in advance World Champion, ahead of Stewart with Tyrrell, Hulme with McLaren and Ickx with the Ferrari. The black livery and golden lettering of the John Player Special brand of cigarettes became a fantastic design, which the English team took until 1986.

CHASSIS

Lotus 72D
aluminium monocoque with fully stressed engine
Length: 4191 mm
Width: 1880 mm
Height: 1168 mm
Brakes: ventilated discs, all round, mounted in-board
Tyres: Firestone

ENGINE

Ford Cosworth DFV 90° V8 2993 cc
Power: 331 kw
Drive Type: Rear wheel drive.
Transmission: Hewland FG 400 five speed Manual
Tank capacity: 75 litres
Fuel Type: Petrol

RESULT

Winner Formula 1 World Champion 1972 with driver Emerson Fittipaldi
GP winner: GP of Spain 1972, GP of Belgium 1972, GP of Great Britain 1972, GP of Austria 1972, GP of Italy 1972

Lotus-Ford Cosworth 72

LOTUS – FORD COSWORTH 72

LOTUS – FORD COSWORTH 72

HISTORY

The Lotus Ford Cosworth 72 with engine is a car designed by Colin Chapman and Maurice Philippe. The British car had structural innovations, such as radiators on the sides of the car and no longer on the nose, the brakes mounted inside the car and not on the wheels and the air intake for the engine mounted above the rider’s head.

With the driving Jochen Rindt the won the Lotus Ford Cosworth 72 F1 World Championship in 1970. The Austrian rider could not celebrate the title conquest due to the fatal accident during the races GP of Italy. He won four consecutive races, Holland, France, Great Britain and Germany, and this made him maintain a points advantage over Jackie Ickx, which he could not reach with the Ferrari 312B, thanks to the victory of his substitute Emerson Fittipaldi in the GP of the States United which took away important points for the Belgian rider’s comeback.

CHASSIS

Lotus 72
aluminium monocoque with fully stressed engine
Length: 4191 mm
Width: 1880 mm
Height: 1168 mm
Brakes: ventilated discs, all round, mounted in-board
Tyres: Firestone

ENGINE

Ford Cosworth DFV 90° V8 2993 cc
Power: 328 kw
Drive Type: Rear wheel drive.
Transmission: Hewland DG 300 five speed Manual
Tank capacity: 75 litres
Fuel Type: Petrol

RESULT

Winner Formula 1 World Champion 1970 with driver Jochen Rindt
GP winner: GP of Holland 1970, GP of France 1970, GP of Great Britain 1970, GP of Germany 1970

Ferrari 156 F1 winner Formula 1 world champion 1961

FERRARI 156 F1

FERRARI 156 F1

HISTORY

The Ferrari 156 F1 was designed by the engineer Carlo Chiti in collaboration with the newly-appointed engineer Mauro Forghieri.

The Ferrari 156 F1 is the first rear-engine car of the Maranello stable to win the Formula 1 World Championship, it is also the first victory of the World Championship of an american driver, with Phill Hill, the US driver duel in that year with the teammate Von Trips, the german could not fight for the title until the end because of the fatal accident in the GP Italy.

CHASSIS

Ferrari 156 F1
in trellis in steel tubes with aluminum bodywork
Length: 4060 mm
Width: 1400 mm
Height: 1000 mm
Brakes: ventilated discs, all round, mounted in-board at the rear
Tyres: Dunlop

ENGINE

Ferrari Type 188 65° V6 1496 cc
Power: 149 kw
Drive Type: Rear wheel drive.
Transmission: Ferrari Type 543/C five speed Manual
Tank capacity: 75 litres
Fuel Type: Petrol

RESULT

Winner Formula 1 World Champion 1961 with driver Phill Hill
GP winner: GP of Germany 1961 with Wolfgang Von Trips, GP of Belgium 1961 with Phill Hill, GP of France 1961 with Giancarlo Baghetti, GP of Great Britain 1961 with Wolfgang Von Trips, GP of Italy 1961 with Phill Hill

Ferrari SF70H n.5 second at the Formula 1 World Champion 2017

FERRARI SF70H n.5

FERRARI SF70H n.5

HISTORY

The Ferrari SF70H n.5 is a car that participated in the Formula One World Championship in 2017. After three years of the turbo and hybrid era, Maranello’s house could not graze the dominance of Mercedes. The new direct reorganization from Arrivabene entrusted the project of the new car to Mattia Binotto, Simone Resta and Enrico Cardile. The car proved to be very performing.

Sebastian Vettel driving the Ferrari SF70H n.5 finished second in the Formula 1 World Championship in 2017. The championship was marked by the challenge between Hamilton’s Mercedes F1 W08 and the German driver. Vettel was leading the world championship in the first half of the season but the accident at the start in the Grand Prix of Singapore and technical problems in Malaysia and Japan, gave an advantage to the English who took advantage of the difficulties of the German overtaking it in the world rankings. During the season Vettel won five races: Australia, Bahrain, Monaco, Hungary and Brazil.

CHASSIS

Ferrari SF70H
Moulded carbon fibre & Honeycomb composite structure
Length: ? mm
Width: 2000 mm
Height: 950 mm
Brakes: Carbon Fibre Discs
Tyres: Pirelli

ENGINE

Ferari 062 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: 1000 CV
DriveType: Rear wheel drive
Transmission: Ferrari Semi-automatic Sequential Gearbox eight Speed Forward and one reverse
Tank capacity: ? Lt
Fuel Type: Petrol

RESULT

Second at the Formula 1 World Champion 2017 with driver Sebastian Vettel
GP winner: GP of Australia 2017, GP of Bahrain 2017, GP of Monaco 2017, GP of Hungary 2017, GP of Brasil 2017