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Williams FW35 - technical specifications

19 February 2013

The complete technical lowdown on the new Williams FW35, which was officially unveiled this morning at Barcelona's Circuit de Catalunya by Pastor Maldonado and Valtteri Bottas

Williams-Renault FW35

Chassis construction: Monocoque construction laminated from carbon epoxy and honeycomb surpassing FIA impact and strength requirements

Front suspension: Double wishbone, push-rod activated springs and anti-roll bar

Rear suspension: Double wishbone, pull-rod activated springs and anti-roll bar

Transmission: Williams F1 seven speed seamless sequential semi-automatic shift plus reverse gear, gear selection electro-hydraulically actuated

Clutch: Carbon multi-plate

Dampers: Williams F1

Wheels: RAYS forged magnesium

Tyres: Pirelli, Fronts: 245/660-13, Rears: 325/660-13

Brake system: AP 6 piston calipers all round, carbon discs and pads

Steering: Williams F1 power assisted rack and pinion

Fuel system: ATL Kevlar-reinforced rubber bladder

Electronic systems: FIA SECU standard electronic control unit

Cooling system: Aluminium Oil, Water, KERS, and gearbox radiators

Cockpit: Six point driver safety harness with 75mm shoulder straps & HANS system, removable anatomically formed carbon fibre seat

Engine: Renault RS27-2013 2.4L V8, 900 V angle, 32 valves, aluminium block and pistons, nitrided alloy steel crankshaft with tungsten alloy counterweights, titanium connecting rods, 8 butterfly throttle system, 18000 rpm maximum speed

KERS: Williams F1 battery, MGU and electronics

Weight: FIA Minimum

Overall length: 5000mm
Overall height: 950mm
Overall width: 1800mm