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2018 Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Car Engine and Technical Details

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2018 Alfa Romeo Sauber C37 is armed with new and improved aerodynamic parts, in addition to regulation changes for 2018, such as the removal of the shark fin and T-wings. Furthermore, the C37 will compete in the Formula One Championship with Ferrari’s 2018 spec power units, a positive step forward for the new season.

Changes to the car based on new regulations are: The introduction of the halo cockpit protection system, The disappearance of the shark fin and T-wings

2018 Sauber C37 Technical Details

Chassiscarbon-composite monocoque
Front suspensionDouble wishbone, inboard spring and damper unit actuated by push-rods
Rear suspensiondouble wishbone, inboard spring and damper elements actuated by pull-rods
Brakes6 piston Brembo brake callipers, carbon-composite and discs and pads (Carbon Industries)
TransmissionFerrari 8-speed quick-shift carbon gearbox, longitudinally mounted, carbon-composite clutch
Chassis electronicsMES
ERSFerrari
Steering wheelSauber F1 Team
TyresPirelli
WheelsOZ

2018 Sauber C37 Dimensions and Weight

Length5,500 mm
Width2,000 mm
Height (without T Camera)950 mm
Track width, front1,650 mm
Track width, rear1,550 mm
Weight733kg (incl. driver, tank empty)

2018 Sauber C37 Ferrari Engine

Configuration 
Displacement1,600 cc
Bore80 mm
Stroke53 mm
Valves4 per cylinder
Maximum revs15,000 rpm
Turbo chargingsingle turbo
Maximum fuel flow100 kg/h
Maximum fuel capacity105 kg
Injection500 bar – direct
Units per driver3

2018 Sauber C37 ERS

Battery energy (per lap)4 MJ
MGU-K power120 kW
MGU-K maximum revs50,000 rpm
MGU-H maximum revs120,000 rpm

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