MERCEDES F1 W06 Hybrid n.44
The Mercedes F1 W06 Hybrid n.44 is the dominating car of the Formula One World Championship in 2015. With the 2014 change of regulation, the German manufacturer managed to have a performance advantage that the opponents were struggling to reach. The new car designed by Aldo Costa, Geoff Willis and Paddy Love, was an update of the 2014 Mercedes F1 W05 dominator.
Lewis Hamilton driving the Mercedes F1 W06 Hybrid n.44 won the Formula 1 World Championship in 2015, for the British driver he was the third drivers title. The championship was marked by the duel between the two Mercedes drivers, leaving only three victories to the opponents. Hamilton won ten races and left eleven start in pole position, winning the title with three races in advance. Mercedes won its second constructors title.
Mercedes F1 W06
Designed: Paddy Lowe, Aldo Costa, Geoff Willis, Mark Ellis, John Owen, Mike Elliott
Moulded carbon fibre e Honeycomb composite structure
Length: 5000 mm
Width: 1800 mm
Height: 950 mm
Suspension front: Double wishbones, push-rod actuated springs and dampers, anti-roll bar
Suspension rear: Double wishbones, pull-rod actuated springs and dampers, anti-roll bar
Brakes: Carbon Fibre Discs
Mercedes PU106B 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
Fuel brand: Petronas
Fuel Type: Petrol
Tank capacity: ? Lt
Winner Formula 1 World Champion 2015 with driver Lewis Hamilton
GP winner: GP of Australia 2015, GP of China 2015, GP of Bahrain 2015, GP of Canada 2015, GP of Great Britain 2015, GP of Belgium 2015, GP of Italy 2015, GP of Japan 2015, GP of Russian 2015, GP of USA 2015
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