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Ferrari SF90 Stradale : picture and news thread

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  1. red passion

    red passion Formula Junior

    Mar 4, 2012
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    I don’t think that hybrids are a stop gap to full electric cars. Hybrids are here to stay. BEVs are the more beneficial the smaller the battery is and the more frequently they are driven. So especially for in comparison rarely driven supercars with huge amounts of power full electric is nonsense (from an environmental perspective).

    Formula 1 now takes the bull by the horns. According to German “Auto Motor und Sport” F1 wants to make partial switch to synthetic fuels (e-fuels) beginning in 2021.

    English article:
    https://www.gpblog.com/en/news/38563/carbon-neutral-fuel-in-f1-for-2021-.html

    Original article:
    https://www.auto-motor-und-sport.de/formel-1/f1-benzin-synthetischer-kraftstoff-co2-neutral/
     
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  2. isot

    isot Formula Junior

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  3. ZorroPlateado

    ZorroPlateado Rookie

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    Thanks for this image. I have just gone from, “Not sure about the rear deck” to, “My deposit is on the way”. I will have one in white or silver with a black roof please.
     
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  4. Maximus1977

    Maximus1977 Karting

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    Agreed, whom would have thought that white would suit this car!
     
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  5. F2003-GA

    F2003-GA F1 World Champ
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    Is there any pics available of this bare Aluminum TDF ?
     
  6. Doug23

    Doug23 Karting

    Jun 23, 2017
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    An Italian magazine wrote some specifications about the electric motors:
    150kW (204 PS) for the rear unit
    2x 42.5kW (2x 58 PS) at the front axle
    So the theoretical combined electric power would be around 320 PS, implying the three motors and the ICE couldn't provide their maximum output at the same time (nothing strange, many hybrids work this way).

    I can't find other sources (not related to the same journalist/publisher) to confirm these data.
     
  7. tekaefixe

    tekaefixe Formula Junior

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    The SF90 has a ZF gearbox (same as porsche, bmw)
     
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  8. REALZEUS

    REALZEUS F1 Veteran

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    The 7-speeder they have had since the California and is used by all Ferraris, bar the SF90, is a Getrag unit:

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  9. tekaefixe

    tekaefixe Formula Junior

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    Yes I know just the SF 90 is different. Getting is getting a bit behind of the latest gearboxes (8 speed and ready for hybrid).
    ZF is our customer so we know the company a little bit.
    Still just look how fast is the kit in the Pista is...
    Getrag does know how to make them.
    Good luck trying to damage them.
     
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  10. F142George

    F142George Karting
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    Do you know if it will be a similar unit to the dual clutch 8 speed in the 992 Porsches?
     
  11. ilikefastcars1

    ilikefastcars1 Karting
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    not correct, SF90 Gearbox is from Getrag
     
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  12. Marcel Massini

    Marcel Massini F1 World Champ
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  13. dcmetro

    dcmetro F1 Veteran

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    Are you referring to Ron's car (@Challenge64 ) or is there a second one ?
     
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  14. tekaefixe

    tekaefixe Formula Junior

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    Yes it is. Of course not the same internals of the SF90 but is the same type of gearbox.
    Actually the Porsche one is so good that they will use the same for the Turbo. Don’t know about the GT models
     
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  15. Garretto

    Garretto F1 Rookie

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    Capuccino is just a nickname he gave to the car (colour combo looks almost cream/coffee). The actual colour is still Avorio. Unless you can prove otherwise with a paint sticker picture.
     
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  16. F2003-GA

    F2003-GA F1 World Champ
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    Are you suggesting Capuccino interior :p
     
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  18. tomc

    tomc F1 World Champ

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    Avorio? I'm a fan, obviously!
    The white Photoshop up thread looked pretty tasty (to my surprise), so avorio could work. Thus far, I can only conclude that the same color roof and body is the most appealing IMO. I think the all-black look is my favorite thus far...T
     
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  19. tomc

    tomc F1 World Champ

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    Photoshop? I vaguely recall seeing this shot with one of the reveal cars in a different color.
    T
     
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  20. ekovalsky

    ekovalsky Karting

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    I saw it (and briefly spoke with owner) at the Concours in Fountain Hills this past February. Think there is only the one, so likely Ron's car. It's was amazing!
     
  21. of2worlds

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    As I recall there are two with bare aluminum. The other Ferrari is where that idea came from; it might have been a 458. Not really sure. Even the Ferrari employees that watched the tdF being built thought it was a cool idea!
     
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