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Technical specification of the Williams-Cosworth FW32


Chassis construction
Monocoque construction fabricated from carbon epoxy and honeycomb composite structure, surpassing FIA impact and strength requirements

Front suspension
Carbon fibre double wishbone arrangement, with composite toelink and pushrod activated springs and anti-roll bar

Rear suspension
Double wishbone and pushrod activated springs and anti-roll bar

Transmission
Williams F1 seven-speed seamless sequential semi-automatic shift plus reverse gear. Gear selection electro-hydraulically actuated

Clutch
Carbon multi-plate

Dampers
Williams F1

Wheels
RAYS forged magnesium

Tyres
Bridgestone Potenza, F 325mm wide, R 375mm wide

Brake system
6 piston callipers all round, carbon discs and pads

Steering
Williams F1 power assisted rack and pinion

Fuel system
Kevlar-reinforced rubber bladder

Electronic systems
FIA standard electronic control unit

Cooling system
Aluminium oil, water, and gearbox radiators

Cockpit
Driver six-point safety harness with 75mm shoulder straps & HANS system, removable anatomically formed carbon fibre seat covered in Alcantara

Motive power
Cosworth 2.4L V8, 90° V angle engine, pneumatic valve train. Fuel management and ignition systems by Cosworth. Engine materials include block and pistons in aluminium, crankshaft in steel billet, connecting rods in titanium

Dimensions
Overall width: 1800mm

source : http://www.williamsf1.com/

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