Scuderia Ferrari became the first  F1 team to unveil their  2011 Formula One car, the Ferrari F150. This new machine is ready to face the 2011 challenges and also the changes made to the 2011 F1 rules and regulations.

This Ferrari F150 has a new hydraulically-actuated rear wing and the reintroduced Kinetic Energy Recovery Systems (KERS). KERS basically take waste energy generated by under braking and turns it into additional power. This energy is then used by the driver via a “boost button” mounted on the steering whell, but only in fixed number of times per lap. And like all other 2011 Formula One cars, this F150 will run on Pirelli tires.

Technical Specifications

  • Chassis
    Carbon-fibre and honeycomb composite structure
    Gearbox: Ferrari longitudinal gearbox
    Differential: Limited-slip differential
    Command: Semiautomatic sequential electronically controlled gearbox – quick shift
    Number of gears: 7 +Reverse
    Brakes: Brembo ventilated carbon-fibre disc brakes
    Suspension: Independent suspension, push-rod activated torsion springs front and rear
    Weight with water, lubricant and driver: 640 kg
    BBS Wheels (front and rear): 13”
  • Engine
    Type: 056
    Number of cylinders: 8
    Cylinder block in sand cast aluminium: V 90°
    Number of valves: 32
    Pneumatic distribution
    Total displacement: 2398 cm3
    Piston bore: 98 mm
    Weight: 95 kg
    Electronic injection and ignition
    Fuel: Shell V-Power
    Lubricant: Shell Helix Ultra


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