F1 Ferrari F150° Italia from Fernando Alonso museum, “Scuderia Ferrari” team. Made in Italy in 2011. Ferrari Type 056 2.4 V8 90° engine. Weight: 640 kg. 19 races: 1 victory + 10 podiums.
The Ferrari 150º Italia, formerly known as the Ferrari F150, was a Formula One car used by Ferrari to compete in the 2011 Formula One season. The chassis was designed by Aldo Costa, Pat Fry, Nikolas Tombazis and Marco de Luca with Luca Marmorini leading the engine and electronics design.
It was launched at Ferrari’s headquarters in Maranello, Italy on 28 January 2011, one year to the day after the launch of its predecessor, the Ferrari F10. It was driven by 2005 and 2006 World Champion Fernando Alonso, and 2008 championship runner up Felipe Massa.
The car’s chassis designation was chosen to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the unification of Italy. This was seen by some pundits as a political move by Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo, who founded the Future Italy think tank.
Chassis: carbon-fibre and honeycomb composite monocoque
Suspension (front): Independent suspension, pushrod activated torsion springs
Suspension (rear): as front
Engine: Ferrari Tipo 056-2011 2,398 cc (146 cu in) V8 (90°) Naturally aspirated, 18,000 RPM limited with KERS, mid-mounted
Transmission: Ferrari 7 speeds + reverse Semi-automatic sequential, electronically controlled, longitudinal gearbox, quick-shift Limited-slip differential
Weight: 640 kg (1,411.0 lb) (including driver, water and lubricant)
Shell V-Power ULG 66L/2 Fuel
Shell Helix Ultra Lubricant
Tyres: Pirelli P Zero
BBS Wheels (front and rear): 13″