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Next race: September 20, 2015

SINGAPORE GRAND PRIX

Marina Bay Street Circuit, SG

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28˚ 82˚ CURRENT
20:00 LOCAL TIME
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FIRST F1 GRAND PRIX: 2008
NUMBER OF LAPS: 61
CIRCUIT LENGTH: 5.073km
RACE DISTANCE: 309.316km

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Chassis

Composite monocoque structure, designed and built in-house, carrying the Renault V6 as fully stressed member.

Transmission

Eight-speed gearbox, longitudinally mounted with hydraulic system for power shift and clutch operation.

Wheels

OZ Racing, Front: 12.0in x 13in diam., Rear: 13.7in x 13in diam.

Tyres

Pirelli

Suspension

Front: Aluminium alloy uprights, carbon-composite double wishbone with springs and anti-roll bar, Multimatic dampers.
Rear: Aluminium alloy uprights, carbon-composite double wishbone with springs and anti-roll bar, Multimatic dampers.

Brakes

Brembo calipers. Friction material; carbon/carbon composites discs and pads

Electronics

MESL standard electronic control unit.

Fuel

Total Group

Renault Engine Energy F1-2014 - 2014 Renault F1 History
Number of Cylinders 6
Capacity 1600cc
Max RPM 15,000rpm
Number of Valves 24
Vee Angle 90 degrees
Power Output Not disclosed
Engine Construction Cylinder block in aluminium
Engine Management
Oil Total Group
Weight FIA minimum weight of 145 kg
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