Gerhard Berger, winner of the 1988 Italian Grand Prix
Formula 1 racing car.
Years of activity
Brazilian Grand Prix of 9.4.1988.
Type 033/E. 6 cylinders in 90° V, rear-mounted. Special cast iron cylinder block without press-fitted cylinder liners, light alloy head. Water cooled.
Bore and stroke
81 x 48.4 mm.
Unitary and total capacity
249.4 / 1,496.43 cc.
Max. power output
620 bhp at 12,000 rpm in a race. Max. pressure 2.5 bar.
4 valves per cylinder, 2 camshafts per bank of cylinders, gear drive at front.
2 side-mounted Garrett turbos. Weber-Marelli digital electronic injection with twin electro-injectors.
Single. Static, Magneti Marelli electronic.
Forced. Dry sump.
Rear. Multi-plate carbon clutch. 638 longitudinal overhanging mechanical gearbox with 6 speeds + reverse, ZF self-locking differential.
Variable depending on racing circuit.
Type 638/A. Monococque in honeycomb carbon fibre and Kevlar composite.
Double wishbones: 2 overlapping elliptic section triangles, tie- rod or pull-rod springing.
Double wishbones: upper trapezium, lower triangle, tie-rod or pull-rod springing.
Rack and pinion.
Ventilated, carbon discs on all four wheels. Brembo callipers.
Front 25-10.0-13î, rear 26.0-15.0-13î. Goodyear.
Single piece, cast. 13î front and rear.
1,791.4 mm / 1,667.6 mm.
Weight with water and oil
150 litres. Centre-mounted. (Fuel 102 RON).