F1 McLaren MP4-31 from Fernando Alonso museum, “McLaren Honda” team. Made in Japan and UK in 2016. Honda RA616H V6 Turbo engine. Weight: 700 kg. 21 races: 0 victories.

The McLaren MP4-31 is a Formula One racing car designed by McLaren to compete in the 2016 Formula One season. The car was driven by 2005 and 2006 World Drivers’ Champion Fernando Alonso and 2009 World Champion Jenson Button, and reserve driver Stoffel Vandoorne, who replaced Alonso at the Bahrain Grand Prix following the Spaniard’s accident at the Australian Grand Prix which deemed him unfit for the next event.

The car used the Honda RA616H power unit, the second engine developed by Honda since their return to the sport with McLaren in 2015.

The MP4-31 is the final McLaren to use the “MP4” prefix following CEO Ron Dennis’s departure from the team, and also final McLaren car to use ExxonMobil fuel and lubricant since the transfer of ExxonMobil sponsorship to Red Bull Racing in 2017.

Chassis: Carbon-fibre composite survival cell

Suspension (front): Carbon-fibre wishbone, pushrod suspension elements with inboard torsion bars and damper system (KONI dampers, springs and shock absorbers)

Suspension (rear): Carbon-fibre wishbone, pullrod suspension elements with inboard torsion bars and damper system (KONI dampers, springs and shock absorbers)

Length: 5,070 mm (200 in)

Width: 1,800 mm (71 in)

Height: 950 mm (37 in)

Wheelbase: 3,520 mm (139 in) with -/+25 mm (0.9843 in) adjustable by adjusting the toe depending on circuit layout

Engine: Honda RA616H 1.6 L (98 cu in) direct injection (jointly developed and supplied by Honda and Hitachi) V6 turbocharged engine, limited to 15,000 rpm in a mid-mounted, rear-wheel drive layout

Electric motor: Kinetic and thermal energy recovery systems

Transmission: McLaren Applied Technologies 8-speed + 1 reverse sequential seamless semi-automatic paddle shift with epicyclic differential and multi-plate limited slip clutch

Battery: Honda lithium-ion batteries

Weight: 702 kg (1,548 lb) including driver but excluding fuel

Fuel: Esso Synergy and Mobil High Performance Unleaded (5.75% bio fuel)

Lubricants: Mobil 1

Brakes: Akebono brake-by-wire carbon discs with steel calipers

Tyres: Pirelli P Zero dry slick and Pirelli Cinturato treaded intermediate and wet tyres

Enkei 13″ magnesium racing wheels

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