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spiegel    0

2005 Ferrari F2005

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CHASSIS

Carbon-fibre and honeycomb composite structure

Ferrari longitudinal gearbox limited-slip differential

Semiautomatic sequential electronically controlled gearbox

Number of gears 7 + reverse

Ventilated carbon-fibre disc brakes

Independent suspension, push-rod activated torsion springs front and rear

Length 4545 mm

Width 1796 mm

Height 959 mm

Wheelbase 3050 mm

Front track 1470 mm

Rear track 1405 mm

Weight with water, lubricant and driver 605 kg

Wheels (front and rear) 13?

ENGINE

Type 055

Number of cylinders V 10

Cilinder block in cast aluminium

Number of valves 40

Pneumatic distribution

Total displacement 2997 cm3

Magneti Marelli digital electronic injection

Magneti Marelli static electronic ignition

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(from Ferrari Press Release)  The F2005 is the fifty first single-seater built by Ferrari specifically to compete in the Formula 1 World Championship. The design, which bears the internal code number 656, represents Ferrari?s more exhaustive interpretation of the 2005 technical regulations. The main elements, relating to aerodynamics are more advanced than on the F2004 M.

The chassis is lighter, despite the need to strengthen the lateral anti-intrusion panels within the monocoque to increase its ability to meet the requirements of the crash-test, which is stricter than in the past. The shape has been revised, with modifications to the opening of the side pods and the area around the turning vanes. The side pods have been adapted to accommodate the new cooling system.

The engine cover has been redesigned, as have the aerodynamic devices on the side pods, with a secondary winglet introduced in the area of the roll-hoop. The layout of the exhausts is fundamentally different to that of the previous car, eliminating the aerodynamic profile which characterised the rear section, which is now almost entirely integrated within the bodywork.

now thats a beauty! :y:woot:oot:

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Solarix    0

Malboro +Ferrari = Bliss

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sundayx    127

i thought they werent suppose to have cigarette ads on the f1s

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b0m8er    3

Nice - can't wait for Schumacher to win yet another race on this baby.

Just 5 days left till Melbourne :p :drool:

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S.MULLA    8

ferrari are going to use last years car for teh first few races while they still develope the F2005. if the competitors start off beating the ferrari then they will use the f2005 asap.

the mclaren is looking really nice too- they probably have the best line up of drivers- kimi and montoya :yes:

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spiegel    0
the mclaren is looking really nice too- they probably have the best line up of drivers- kimi and montoya :yes:

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i thought montoya was still with bmw-williams :blink:

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dan    0

Am i reading that right? The engine is only a 3 litre V10... Suprising... I was expecting some sort of hybrid Motorbike V12 10 litre behemouth...

Still cool though

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idoia    0

that guy on the ferrari looks like photoshopped :unsure: :huh: :unsure:

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Eli    1

Yuck. I don't like it personally.

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kawasabi    47

That's one ugly red thing!

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S.MULLA    8
that guy on the ferrari looks like photoshopped  :unsure:  :huh:  :unsure:

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its the lighting of the room along with hte flashes from the cameras- barichello is an excellent drivr- one of the most loved in current F1.

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tuckeratlarge    144

It's the best looking car on the grid. I'm biased I know, being 'Tifosi' since '78, but it's still a looker.

I like the way they have gone back to the 60's FIAT badge, cool.

I reckon 2005 will be a great year for F1, I can't wait until Sunday morning.

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MR_Candyman    114

I love the Ferrari F1 cars, and the team in general. I however LOATHE Schumacher. Countless times I've seen him nudge people off the track or into another car on purpose (in car camera shows him turning the wheel to hit them). I can't believe he's still allowed to race. Good driver, but very nasty. Barichello's cool though.

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robsleezy    0

oh ****... its got AMD written on the tail wing **** man

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JiveMasterT    0

that would make a nice daily driver...

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MR_Candyman    114

As much as I would love one of these for a daily driver, each tank of fuel costs $150 us, and the car itself doesn't have the reliability to drive on the streets.

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Ivand    0
Am i reading that right? The engine is only a 3 litre V10... Suprising... I was expecting some sort of hybrid Motorbike V12 10 litre behemouth...

Still cool though

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AFAIK F1 cars arent allowed to be more than 3 litres

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Larney    0
oh ****... its got AMD written on the tail wing **** man

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:sleep: fool!

Looking nice :woot:

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The Jester    0

one sweet ride that

amazing the power that comes out of that 3litre V10

c'mon kimi he is the next champion

but does anybody else agree with me and think the new tyre rule is crap cos it doesn't allow any action because u got to care for your tyres

you should let them drive like mad for 1 and a half hours stupid max mosely

COME ON KIMI

but yea good ferrari F2005

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Argote    73
oh ****... its got AMD written on the tail wing **** man

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AMD sponsors them and they use AMD rig's to design them

kinda like that

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digistil    0
one sweet ride that

amazing the power that comes out of that 3litre V10

c'mon kimi he is the next champion

but does anybody else agree with me and think the new tyre rule is crap cos it doesn't allow any action because u got to care for your tyres

you should let them drive like mad for 1 and a half hours stupid max mosely

COME ON KIMI

but yea good ferrari F2005

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I think the new tire rule is fantastic! It not only creates more competition, but it will translate into longer lasting consumer tires. If the driver is forced to be more conscientious of their driving, it will only allow the better drivers and engineers to stand out more. What's wrong with that?

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San Diego    0

You all do understand that there are millions of other car websites than just this serious wheels one right?

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The Jester    0

i wanna sit there and see action not peoplelooking after their tyres

this new rule is bull****

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