Friday, March 31, 2023

2000 Ferrari F1-2000

Campaigned by Ferrari legend Michael Schumacher in his first Ferrari World Championship-winning season and Ferrari’s 2000 Formula One Drivers’ World Championship. Schumacher and the Scuderia formed a history-making partnership, winning five back-to-back Formula One World Drivers’ Championships between 2000 and 2004 and topping the Constructors’ table six times. The Ferrari F1-2000 was a machine that reset the bar for engineering and performance for its time. A dominant performance by Schumacher in the opening race of the season was just the beginning. Chassis is carbon-fibre and composite honeycomb. Front Suspension: Independent, push-rod activated torsion arms. Rear Suspension: Independent, push-rod activated torsion arms.
Brakes: Ventilated carbon-fibre discs. Tires: Bridgestone. Wheels: 13" (front and rear). Transmission: Rear-wheel drive, longitudinal semi-automatic sequential electronically controlled 7-speed gearbox + reverse, limited-slip differential.
Engine is a Ferrari Typo 049, 90° V10, die-cast aluminium (7% silicon). Total displacement is 2,997 cc with maximum power output over 770 hp.
The race car crosses the block at RM Sothebys with an estimate of $7.5m to $9.5m.