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Renault F1 R30 Technical Specifications Details:

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Renault F1 team unveiled today at the Valencia circuit their 2010 cars, the Renault R30. The French group has adopted a new color method – yellow and black – like to the one used among 1977 and 1985. Through the launch, Renault F1 also set Russian driver Vitaly Petrov as the team’s second driver in the 2010 season.

Renault R30-2010 Engine:

* Capacity: 2400 cc
* Architecture: 90° V8
* Weight: 95 kg
* Max rpm: 18.000 rpm
* ECU: MES SECU
* Fuel: Total
* Oil: Elf (a brand of TOTAL)
* Battery: Renault F1 Team

Chassis:

*Moulded carbon fibre and aluminium honeycomb composite monocoque, manufactured by the Renault F1 Team and designed for maximum strength with minimum weight. RS27-2010 V8 engine installed as a fully-member.

* Front suspension: Carbon fibre top and bottom wishbones operate an inboard rocker via a pushrod system. This is connected to a torsion bar and damper units which are mounted inside the front of the monocoque. Aluminium uprights and OZ machined magnesium wheels.

* Rear suspension: Carbon fibre top and bottom wishbones with pushrod operated torsion bars and transverse-mounted damper units mounted in the top of the gearbox casing. Aluminium uprights and OZ machined magnesium wheels.

* Transmission: Seven-speed semi-automatic titanium gearbox with reverse gear. “Quickshift” system in operation to maximise speed of gearshifts.
* Fuel system: Kevlar-reinforced rubber fuel cell by ATL.

* Cooling system: Separate oil and water radiators located in the car’s sidepods and cooled using airflow from the car’s forward motion.

* Electrical: MES-Microsoft Standard Electronic Control Unit.

* Braking system: Carbon discs and pads (Hitco); calipers and mastercylinders by AP Racing.

* Cockpit: Removable driver’s seat made of anatomically formed carbon composite, with six-point harness seat belt by OMP Racing. Steering wheel integrates gear change and clutch paddles, front flap adjuster.

* Front track: 1450 mm
* Rear track: 1400 mm
* Overall length: 5050 mm
* Overall height: 950 mm
* Overall width: 1800 mm
* Overall weight: 620 kg, with driver, cameras and ballast

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