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Marussia MR03 technical specification

A quick synopsis of what lies under the bodywork of the new Marussia MR03...
Marussia-Ferrari MR03

Chassis

Designation: MR03
Monocoque: Carbon-fibre composite
Front suspension: Carbon-fibre wishbone and pushrod suspension elements operating inboard torsion bar and damper system
Rear Suspension: Carbon-fibre wishbone and pullrod suspension elements operating inboard torsion bar and damper system
Electronics: MAT SECU TAG 320/Scuderia Ferrari
Bodywork: Carbon-fibre
Tyres: Pirelli P Zero
Lubricants & Fluids: Shell
Radio: Riedel
Wheels: BBS
Brake system: Carbon/carbon discs and pads with rear brake by wire system
Brake callipers: AP Racing
Master cylinders: AP Racing
Steering: Marussia F1 Team-designed hydraulic PAS
Instruments: Marussia F1 Team-designed steering wheel incorporating MAT PCU8 display
Fuel system: ATL Kevlar-reinforced rubber bladder
Cooling system: Marussia F1 Team
Extinguisher system: FEV FIA approved system
Seat belts: Sabelt

Overall width: 1800mm
Wheelbase: 3700mm


Engine

Displacement: 1600cc
Maximum revs: 15,000
Turbo charging: Single turbo
Fuel flow: 100kg/hr maximum
Fuel capacity: 100kg
Configuration: V6 90°
Cylinders: 6
Bore: 80mm
Stroke: 53mm
Valves: 4 per cylinder
Injection: 500 bar - direct
Units per driver: 5


ERS System

Battery energy (per lap): 4 Mj
MGU-K power: 120 kW
MGU-K max revs: 50,000 rpm
MGU-H max revs: 125,000 rpm


Transmission

Ferrari longitudinal gearbox
Servo controlled hydraulic limited-slip differential
Semi-automatic sequential and electronically controlled gearbox with quick shift
8 gears + reverse



Related Pictures

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Marussia MR03 rolls out for first lap of 2014
Max Chilton brings the new Marussia MR03 back to the pits after its initial laps   [pic credit: Marussia F1 team]
Max Chilton - Marussia-Ferrari MR03   [pic credit: Marussia F1 Team]
(L to R): Dave Greenwood (GBR) Ferrari Race Engineer with James Allison (GBR) Ferrari Chassis Technical Director.
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Romain Grosjean (FRA) Lotus F1 E23.
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Ferrari SF15-T engine cover detail.
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Adrian Newey (GBR) Red Bull Racing Chief Technical Officer.
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Adrian Newey (GBR) Red Bull Racing Chief Technical Officer.
20.02.2015.
Sahara Force India F1 VJM07 nosecone.
20.02.2015.
Williams FW37 nosecone detail.
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Williams FW37 front wing detail.
20.02.2015.
Sauber C34 steering wheel.
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Sauber C34 nosecone detail.
20.02.2015.
Red Bull Racing RB11 front wing.
20.02.2015.
Nick Chester (GBR) Lotus F1 Team Technical Director (Left) with Jonathan Palmer (GBR)(Centre)  and Jolyon Palmer (GBR) Lotus F1 Team Test and Reserve Driver (Right).
20.02.2015.
Red Bull Racing RB11 wheel detail.
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