Chinese brothers drive homemade F1 car

Source : China Economic Net

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Brothers Zhao Xiushun (L) and Zhao Xiuguo test drive their homemade model of Formula One car outside their house in Tangshan, Hebei Province, some 180km (113 miles) east of Beijing July 21, 2006. The brothers, who built the car from scrap metal, said they wanted to design and build the first Formula One race car in China. [Reuters]

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Zhao Xiuguo drives a homemade model of Formula One car in Tangshan, Hebei Province, some 180km (113 miles) east of Beijing July 21, 2006. Zhao Xiuguo and his brother Zhao Xiushun built the car from scrap metal and said that they wanted to design and build the first Formula One racecar in China. [Reuters]

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Brothers Zhao Xiushun (L) and Zhao Xiuguo prepare to drive their homemade model of Formula One car outside their house in Tangshan, Hebei Province, some 180km (113 miles) east of Beijing July 21, 2006. Zhao Xiuguo and his brother Zhao Xiushun built the car from scrap metal and said that they wanted to design and build the first Formula One racecar in China. [Reuters]

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Brothers Zhao Xiushun (L) and Zhao Xiuguo prepare to drive their homemade model of Formula One car outside their house in Tangshan, Hebei Province, some 180km (113 miles) east of Beijing July 21, 2006. Zhao Xiuguo and his brother Zhao Xiushun built the car from scrap metal and said that they wanted to design and build the first Formula One racecar in China. [Reuters]

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Brothers Zhao Xiushun (L) and Zhao Xiuguo prepare to drive their homemade model of Formula One car outside their house in Tangshan, Hebei Province, some 180km (113 miles) east of Beijing July 21, 2006. Zhao Xiuguo and his brother Zhao Xiushun built the car from scrap metal and said that they wanted to design and build the first Formula One racecar in China. [Reuters]

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Zhao Xiushun looks at his homemade racecars outside his house in Tangshan, Hebei Province, some 180km (113 miles) east of Beijing July 21, 2006. Zhao Xiushun and his brother Zhao Xiuguo built the car from scrap metal and said they wanted to design and build the first Formula One racecar in China. [Reuters]

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A vehicle drives past a homemade model of Formula One car in Tangshan, Hebei Province, some 180km (113 miles) east of Beijing July 21, 2006. Brothers Zhao Xiushun and Zhao Xiuguo, who built the car from scrap metal, said they wanted to design and build the first Formula One racecar in China. [Reuters]

BMW Sauber F1 Team 2006

12 Mac ni new f1 season start kat Bahrain. Semalam (kelmarin?) kuor kat news, BMW Sauber F1 Team dan test drive the ‘new machine’ kat Valencia. Ada gambar terkini team dan kereta baru BMW tu tp sumer copyright, so kena mintak permission dulu.. kang kena saman kang naya..

Anyway kalau nk tgk jugak bleh browse;

Formula1.Com | Pitpass.Com | Official BMW Sauber F1

Kalau search kat major sites (Yahoo, Google etc.) pun banyak result. Or better browse mana-mana community board F1..

Technical Specifications
Chassis – Carbon-fibre monocoque
Suspension – Upper and lower wishbones (front and rear), inboard springs and dampers, actuated by pushrods (Sachs Race Engineering)
Brakes – Six-piston callipers (Brembo), carbon pads and discs (Brembo, Carbone Industrie)
Transmission – Longitudinally mounted 7-speed transmission, carbon-fibre clutch (AP)
Chassis electronics – Magneti Marelli
Steering wheel – BMW Sauber F1 Team
Tyres – Michelin
Wheels – OZ

Dimensions
Length – 4,610 mm
Width – 1,800 mm

Height – 1,000 mm
Track width, front – 1,470 mm
Track width, rear – 1,410 mm
Wheelbase – 3,110 mm
Weight – 600 kg (incl. driver, ready to drive, tank empty)

BMW P86 Engine Specifications
Designation – BMW P86
Type – Normally aspirated V8
Bank angle – 90 degrees
Displacement – 2400cc
Valves – Four per cylinder
Valve train – Pneumatic
Engine block / Cylinder head – Aluminium
Crankshaft – Steel
Oil system – Dry sump lubrication
Engine management – BMW
Weight – 95kg

Team Driver
Nick Heidfeld (28) – Germany)
Jacques Villeneuve (34) – Canada

Robert Kubica (21) – Poland
source : Planet-f1.Com