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  • 2009 FORMULA 1 – RED BULL RB5 F1 CAR – PICTURES, VIDEO AND TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

     

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    Red Bull unveiled their 2009 challenger, the RB5, at Jerez Circuit,Spain on Monday, releasing the following technical specifications for the car and it’s Renault engine.The car is the latest to be produced by Adrian Newey and his engineers at Milton Keynes and the team hopes that this will provide them with the chance to finally break into the big time in F1. The team says that its goal is a win and argues that the design team achieved that last year, building the Toro Rosso with which Sebastian Vettel won the Italian GP at Monza.

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    Powered by the Renault RS27 engine, the car is the work of legendary engineer Adrian Newey, Red Bull’s Chief Technical Officer. “It’s a long time since we’ve had such a big rule change so today is so something of a nervous moment, because it provides the opportunity to come up with something different, but there is always the possibility that other teams have thought of something you haven’t,” said Newey.

    Note that the rear of the car isn’t revealed in any of the official photos either, though the sleeker front-end and shiny slick tyres to highlight some of the key rules changes for the 2009 season.

    The KERS system has presented its own difficulties as well, though not always in the obvious fashion; weight distribution has become harder to work with as a result of the KERS system’s inclusion. “The weight distribution has been a challenge, particularly in dealing with KERS,” said Newey. “On the one hand, it’s clear that with the return to slick tyres, you need to get a bit more weight on to the front axle, while on the other hand, KERS is putting more weight on the rear. This means you have very little scope to move ballast around.”

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    RED BULL RB5 F1 CAR 

    RED BULL RB5 F1 Chassis:

    Composite monocoque structure, designed and built in-house, carrying the Renault V8 engine as fully stressed member

    RED BULL RB5 F1 Transmission:

    Seven-speed gearbox, longitudinally mounted with hydraulic system for power shift and clutch operation. AP Racing clutch

    RED BULL RB5 F1 Suspension:

    Front: Aluminium alloy uprights, carbon-composite double wishbone with torsion bar springs and anti-roll bars, Multimatic dampers

    Rear: Aluminium alloy uprights, carbon-composite double wishbone with torsion bar springs and anti-roll bars, Multimatic dampers

    RED BULL RB5 F1 Wheels:

    OZ Racing, Front: 12.7in x 13in, Rear: 13.4in x 13in

    RED BULL RB5 F1 Tyres:

    Bridgestone

    RED BULL RB5 F1 Brakes:

    Brembo calipers, Brembo carbon discs and pads

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    RED BULL RB5 F1 CAR 

    RED BULL RB5 F1 Engine

    Engine: Renault RS27
    Capacity: 2400cc
    Max RPM: 18,000rpm
    Cylinders: 8
    Power output: Not disclosed
    Number of valves: 32
    Vee Angle: 90 degrees
    Construction: Cylinder block in cast aluminium
    Engine management: FIA (MESL) standard control unit TAG310B
    Fuel: Total Group
    Oil: Total Group
    Weight: FIA minimum weight of 95kg
    Electronics: FIA (MESL) standard control unit

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    RED BULL RB5 F1 CAR – Mark Webber and Sebastian Vettel

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    RED BULL RB5 F1 CAR – Launching Ceremony

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    RED BULL RB5 F1 CAR

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    Mark Webber recently said the RB5 was the best-looking car of 2009 – here’s your chance to make your own opinion!

     

     

     

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