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Adrian Sutil (GER) Spyker F8-VII. Formula One World Championship, Rd16, Chinese Grand Prix, Qualifying Day, Shanghai International Circuit, Shanghai, China, Saturday 6 October 2007.
   
     
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Adrian Sutil (GER) Spyker F8-VII Formula One World Championship, Rd 10, European Grand Prix, Practice Day, Nurburgring, Germany, Friday 20 July 2007.
 
Jenson Button (GBR) Brawn Grand Prix BGP 001 in the third practice
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Engine Ferrari 056
Grand Prix debut 2006 Australian GP
Races competed 17
Constructors titles 0
Best finish Japan 8th, 2007
 
   
   
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Spyker MF1 fuel rig. Formula One World Championship, Rd 16, Chinese Grand Prix, Preparations, Shanghai International Circuit, Shanghai, China, 28 September 2006. DIGITAL IMAGE
 
Spyker MF1 fuel rig. Formula One World Championship, Rd 16, Chinese Grand Prix,
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Race victories 0
Podiums 0
Pole Positions 0
Fastest laps 0
Last Race 2007 Brazilian GP
     
 
   
Spyker F8-VIIB Technical Specifications
Ferrari 056 V8 2.4 litre
  Spyker F8-VIIB (Ferrari V8)
N0. of Cyclinders V8
Cubic Capacity 2. 4cc
Maximum RPM 18000rpm
N0. of Valves 32
Vee - Angle 90 Degrees
 
 
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In 2008 and 2009 Honda, BMW, BrawnGP and Toyota Formula One Teams all withdrew from Formula One racing within the space of a year, blaming the economic recession. This led to the end of manufacturer dominance within the sport. In the 2010 season Mercedes Benz re-entered the sport as a manufacturer after its purchase of Brawn GP, and split with McLaren after 15 seasons with the team. This leaves Mercedes, Renault and Ferrari as the only car manufacturers in the sport. AT&T Williams confirmed towards the end of 2009 their new engine deal with Cosworth.
 
 
   
Jenson Button (GBR) Brawn BGP 001. Formula One World Championship, Rd 1, Australian Grand Prix, Qualifying Day, Albert Park, Melbourne, Australia, Saturday 28 March 2009.
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  Adrian Sutil (GER) Spyker F8 VII Formula One World Championship, Rd17, Brazilian Grand Prix, Qualifying Day, Interlagos, Sao Paulo, Brazil, Saturday 20 October 2007.  
Model M16
Year 2007
Engine Ferrari F1-056H
Drivers C. Albers
  S. Yanamoto
  Position 10
Adrian Sutil (GER) Spyker F8-VII. Formula One World Championship, Rd16, Chinese Grand Prix, Practice Day, Shanghai International Circuit, Shanghai, China, Friday 5 October 2007.
No. of Points 1
N0. Wins 0
Pole Positions 0
Fastest Laps 0
Position 3 races
Christijan Albers (NDL) Spyker MF1 Racing M16. Formula One World Championship, Rd 17, Japanese Grand Prix, Qualifying Day Suzuka, Japan, 7 October 2006. DIGITAL IMAGE
No. of Points 0
N0. Wins 0
Pole Positions 0
Fastest Laps 0
Model F8-VII  
Year 2006
Engine Toyota RVX-06
Drivers T. Monteiro
  C. Albers
Spyker F1 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. At the end of the 2007 season the team was sold and renamed Force India F1. Rumours had been floating about in the paddock throughout the mid-season about the possible sale of the team, less than two years after Alex Shnaider originally bought it from Eddie Jordan. Reports suggested a price tag of $128m, and that Shnaider was seriously considering the possibility of the sale. Formula One teams had become more valuable, because no more teams could enter after 2008, with the maximum of 12 places already filled. On 9 September 2006,
 
  Tiago Monteiro (POR) Spyker MF1 Racing M16. Formula One World Championship, Rd 18, Brazilian Grand Prix, Practice Day, Interlagos, Brazil, 20 October 2006. DIGITAL IMAGE  
  Adrian Sutil (GER) Spyker and Sakon Yamamoto (JPN) Spyker . Formula One World Championship, Rd16, Chinese Grand Prix, Practice Day, Shanghai International Circuit, Shanghai, China, Friday 5 October 2007.  
  Sakon Yamamoto (JPN) Spyker F8-VII. Formula One World Championship, Rd16, Chinese Grand Prix, Qualifying Day, Shanghai International Circuit, Shanghai, China, Saturday 6 October 2007.  
 
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