FERRARI F1 2000 n.3
The Ferrari F1 2000 n.3 is the winning car of the Formula 1 World Championship in 2000. After three years of defeats at the last race, the Maranello team presented itself in the new season with a highly innovative car compared to the previous ones. Designed by Ross Brawn and Rory Byrne, the F1 2000 used very light materials to reduce total weight in order to balance balancing with ballast.
Michael Schumacher with the Ferrari F1 2000 n.3 won the Formula 1 World Championship in 2000, for the German driver was the third world title the first with Ferrari. For the third consecutive year the challenge saw the German against McLaren driver Mika Hakkinen. After twenty-one years, the drivers’ title went to Ferrari thanks to the nine German victories in the grand prix of: Australia, Brazil, San Marino, Europe, Canada, Italy, United States, Japan and Malaysia. The Italian team also won the constructors’ title thanks to the support of the second rider, Rubens Barrichello.
Ferrari F1 2000
carbon-fibre and honeycomb composite structure
Length: 4445 mm
Width: 1796 mm
Height: 959 mm
Brakes: Carbon discs
Ferrari Tipo 049 2996.6 cc Normally Aspirated 90° V10 in a mid-mounted
Power: 810 CV
DriveType: Rear wheel drive
Transmission: Ferrari seven speed longitudinal semi-automatic sequential
Fuel Type: Petrol
Winner Formula 1 World Champion 2000 with driver Michael Schumacher
GP winner: GP of Australia 2000, GP of Brasil 2000, GP of San Marino 2000, GP of Europe 2000, GP of Canada 2000, GP of Italy 2000, GP of USA 2000, GP of Japan 2000, GP of Malaysia 2000