2007 Spyker Formula One F8 VII - Ferrari Powered F1 Car
2007 Spyker Formula One F8 VII - Ferrari Powered F1 CarSource: Spyker
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Posted: 04 Apr 2007
Chassis Full carbon fibre composite monocoque
Front suspension Composite pushrods activating chassis mounted in-line dampers and torsion bars, unequal length composite aerodynamic wishbones, front anti-roll bar and cast uprights
Rear suspension Composite pushrods activating gearbox mounted rotary dampers & torsion bars, unequal length composite aerodynamic wishbones, and cast uprights
Transmission In-house Spyker design. 7-speed + reverse longitudinal gearbox with electrohydraulic sequential gear change
Wheel base More than 3000mm
Front track 1480mm
Rear track 1418mm
Overall height 950mm
Overall length Approx. 5000mm
Overall weight 605kg (with driver, by regulations)
Clutch Triple plate AP racing clutch
Wheels Forged BBS wheels to Spyker specification
Fuel tank capacity Over 90kg
Designation Ferrari F1-056H
Number of cylinders 8
Horsepower More than 700bhp
Revolutions 19,000rpm (by regulations)
Valve actuation Pneumatic
Throttle actuation Hydraulic
Spark plugs NGK
From Twitter03/31/2013 - US_F1_Fan
@GL2488 2007 Spyker F1. I think that is Adrian Sutil in this photo. Happy Easter!
From WikipediaSpyker F1 Team was a Formula One team that competed in the 2007 Formula One World Championship, and was created by Spyker Cars after their buyout of the short-lived Midland F1 team. The change to the Spyker name was accompanied by a switch in racing livery from the red and white previously used by Midland, to an orange and silver scheme—already seen on the Spyker Spyder GT2-R—orange being the national colour and the auto racing colour of the Netherlands.
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