Survival cell

Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN Carbon-composite monocoque – homologated 2020

Nosecone

Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN Carbon-composite structure – 2 tokens towards homologated components freeze

Front suspension

Double wishbone, inboard spring with Öhlins and Multimatics damper units actuated by pushrods

Rear suspension

Multilink, inboard hydraulic suspension actuated by pullrods

Brakes

Brembo 6 piston brake callipers. Brembo carbon-composite and discs and pads

Power unit

2021 Ferrari Hybrid

Transmission

Ferrari 8-speed quick-shift carbon gearbox, longitudinally mounted, carbon-composite clutch – homologated 2020

Electronics

Magneti Marelli, McLaren Electronic Systems and Bosch

ERS

Ferrari

Steering wheel

Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN, customized for each driver

Driver’s Pedals and Seat

Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN, customized for each driver

Tyres

Pirelli, latest construction and compounds

Wheels

OZ Racing – homologated 2020

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752 kg
minimum weight including driver at all times
>5,500 mm
Car length
<2,000 mm
Car width
950 mm
Car height
120kg
Maximum fuel capacity of which 110kg max usable during the race

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Survival cell

The survival cell is the heart of the entire car and by far the most complicated structure in a modern Formula One car.

The survival cell is made from a sandwich style carbon composite structure. It offers superior stiffness to weight ratio and structural integrity.

The survival cell accommodates the driver’s cockpit area and it is secured to the engine and gearbox by 6 fasteners which have regulated dimensions and coordinates.

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Power unit and gearbox

In the current era of hybrid Formula One power units, the main power source is provided by a V6 1600cc engine, mated to a single turbocharger. The energy harvested during a lap by two electric motors (MGUK and MGUH) is stored into a battery pack and deployed via a 120kW electric motor.

The gearbox has 8 forward gears and 1 reverse gear.

The entire drivetrain is supplied by Ferrari.

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Tyres

A change in the regulations has seen a standardised tyre allocation being brought in for 2021, with drivers – unless otherwise determined by the FIA and with the agreement of Pirelli – set to receive two sets of hard tyres, three sets of mediums and eight sets of softs per race weekend.
The Pirelli tyres feature more robust compounds than in the past, a change introduced by the Italian manufacturer after 2020 saw some of the highest cornering forces in the history of the sport.

Car specs

Survival cell Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN Carbon-composite monocoque – homologated 2020
Nosecone Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN Carbon-composite structure – 2 tokens towards homologated components freeze
Front suspension Double wishbone, inboard spring with Öhlins and Multimatics damper units actuated by pushrods
Rear suspension Multilink, inboard hydraulic suspension actuated by pullrods
Brakes Brembo 6 piston brake callipers. Brembo carbon-composite and discs and pads
Power unit 2021 Ferrari Hybrid
Transmission Ferrari 8-speed quick-shift carbon gearbox, longitudinally mounted, carbon-composite clutch – homologated 2020
Electronics Magneti Marelli, McLaren Electronic Systems and Bosch
ERS Ferrari
Steering wheel Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN, customized for each driver
Driver’s Pedals and Seat Alfa Romeo Racing ORLEN, customized for each driver
Tyres Pirelli, latest construction and compounds
Wheels OZ Racing – homologated 2020

Dimensions & weight

Length >5,500 mm
Width <2,000 mm
Wheelbase Approximately 3,650 mm
Height (without overhead camera) 950 mm
Track width, front 1,650 mm
Track width, rear 1,550 mm
Weight 746 kg minimum weight including driver at all times

Ferrari power unit

Configuration V6 90°
Displacement 1,600 cc
Bore 80 mm
Stroke 53 mm
Valves 4 per cylinder
Maximum rev 15,000 rpm
Turbo charging Single Turbine and compressor
Maximum fuel flow 100 kg/h
Maximum fuel capacity 120kg of which 110kg max usable during the race
Injection 500 bar – direct
Units per driver 3

ERS System

Battery energy (per lap) 4 MJ
MGU-K power 120 kW
MGU-K maximum revs 50,000 rpm
MGU-H maximum revs 120,000 rpm

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