This may be old hat to some of you guys, but in the latest Car&Driver there is an article written about a new book which reveals some info about the 2000 F1 Ferrari technology. For those that dont get this magazine..... Some things I found interesting---- 3.0L 40V V10 with a 41.4 mm stroke! Bore is 96.0 mm. Engine redline - 18,000 rpm Max Power - 806 hp @ 17,500 rpm Max Torque - 253 ft lb @ 15,500 rpm (that explains the high rpm dumps to get the car moving) Engine can change speed at the rate of 25,000 rpm/sec! Tiny 4.5" clutch! The max F1 weight is 1323 lb, but the Ferrari is actually 154 lb less than that so they can move ballast around as desired based on the track. By varying wing positions-- Minimum Cd is about 0.65 (top speed = 217 mph) Maximum Cd is about 1.07 (top speed = 185 mph) With the wings set in an intermediate position, the car will decelerate at 1.1g just by lifting off the throttle at 200 mph! (The article author notes that 1.1g is about the rate a Z06 brakes at with full ABS.) The F1 brakes can add another 3.0g deceleration.