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Ferrari F2003-GA engine technical detail. Formula One World Championship, Rd13, Hungarian Grand Prix, Preparations, Hungaroring, Hungary, 21 August 2003. DIGITAL IMAGE
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Renault RS 27 Formula One Engine
Heikki Kovalainen (FIN) Lotus T127 retires from the race on the final lap
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Renault RS28    
Cyclinders V8
Cubic Capacity 2.4
Maximum RPM (FIA) 18 000rpm
No. of valves 32
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The longitudinally mounted TAG Porsche TTE P01 V6 Turbo engine fitted to the 1984 McLaren MP4/2. Formula One World Championship, 1984 .
The longitudinally mounted TAG Porsche TTE P01 V6 Turbo Formula One Engine
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TAG Porsche TTE PO1   90
Cyclinders   V6
Cubic Capacity   1,496 cc
Brake Horse Power   over 1,100 bhp
Vee Angle   90
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Matra ms71 Formula One Engine
The Matra V12 Formula One Engine was ready for the 1968 Formula One season
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2993 litre
11000 rpm
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Cubic Capacity
Rev`s per minute
Formula One Engines 1966
weslake 58 Formula One Engine
  V12 Formula One engine for his Eagle T1G
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Modle     Weslake
Type   58
No of cyclinders   12
Cubic Capity   2997 litres
Rev`s per minute   10000 rpm
  The engine and transmission of a modern Formula One car are some of the most highly stressed pieces of machinery on the planet. Engine power outputs in Formula One racing are also a fascinating insight into how far the sport has moved on. In the 1950s Formula One cars were managing specific power outputs of around 100 bhp / litre (about what a modern 'performance' road car can manage now). That figure rose steadily until the arrival of the 'turbo age' of 1.5 litre turbo engines, some of which were producing anything up to 750 bhp / litre. Then, once the sport returned to
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Cosworth engine at the Cosworth Factory in Northampton. Formula One World Championship, Rd 10, British Grand Prix, Preparations, Silverstone, England, Thursday 8 July 2010.
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Mercedes F0 108W Formula One Engine
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to normal aspiration in 1989 that figure fell back, before steadily rising again. The 'power battle' of the last few years saw outputs creep back towards the 1000 bhp barrier, some teams producing more than 300 bhp / litre in 2005, the final year of 3 litre V10 engines. Since 2006, the regulations have required the use of 2.4 litre V8 engines, with power outputs falling around 20 percent. Revving to a limited 18,000 RPM, a modern Formula One engine will consume a phenomenal 650 litres of air every second, with race fuel consumption typically around the 75 l/100 km (4 mpg) mark. Revving at such massive speeds equates to an accelerative force on the pistons of nearly 9000 times gravity. Unsurprisingly, engine-related failures remain one of the most common causes of retirements in races. The 2006 Formula One season saw the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA) introduce the current engine formula, which mandated cars to be powered by 2.4 litre naturally-aspirated engines in the V8 engine configuration, with no more than four valves per cylinder. Further technical restrictions, such as a ban on variable intake trumpets, have also been introduced with the new 2.4 L V8 formula to prevent the teams from achieving higher RPM and horsepower too quickly. The 2009 season limited engines to 18,000 rpm, in order to improve engine reliability and cut costs down. The engines produce over 100,000 BTU per minute (1,750 kW) of heat which is dissipated via radiators and the exhaust, which can reach temperatures over 1,000 °C (1,830 °F). They consume around 650 liters (23 ft³) of air per second. Race fuel consumption rate is normally around 75 liters per 100 kilometers traveled (3.1 US mpg - 3.8 UK mpg - 1.3 km/l). Nonetheless a Formula One engine is over 20% more efficient at turning fuel into power than most small commuter cars, considering their craftsmanship. All cars have the engine located between the driver and the rear axle.  
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Luca Badoer (ITA) Ferrari F60. Formula One World Championship, Rd 12, Belgian Grand Prix, Practice Day, Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium, Friday 28 August 2009.
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Sebastian Vettel (GER) Red Bull Racing RB6. Formula One World Championship, Rd 17, Korean Grand Prix, Practice Day, Korea International Circuit, Yeongam, South Korea, Friday 22 October 2010.
Race winner Sebastian Vettel (GER) Red Bull Racing on the podium. Formula One World Championship, Rd 18, Brazilian Grand Prix, Race, Interlagos, Sao Paulo, Brazil, Sunday 7 November 2010. BEST IMAGE
Damon Hill (GBR) Jordan J198 Mugen-Honda in the pit garage. Belgian Grand Prix, Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium, 30 August 1998.
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