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General data  
Grand Prix season/s 1989
Racing drivers Nigel Mansell, Gerhard Berger
Race numbers Nigel Mansell: 27 Gerhard Berger: 28
VIN span 107 – 112bis
Number produced 7
Presentation 1 February 1989, Pista di Fiorano
   
Technical Specifications  
Chassis Carbon-fibre and honeycomb composite structure
Length 4400 mm
Width 2130 mm
Height 950 mm
Wheelbase 2830 mm
Front track 1800 mm
Rear track 1675 mm
Front suspension Independent wheel suspension, double delta wishbones mounted on torsion springs, shock absorber unit operated by deflextion lever and trust rods, anti-roll bar, Push-Rod-System
Rear suspension Independent wheel suspension, double delta wishbones, shock absorber unit operated by trust rods, anti-roll bar, Push-Rod-System
Front tyres 11.75 x 13“
Rear tyres 16 x 13“
Tyres Goodyear Eagle radial slicks
Wheels Speedline magnesium rims
Front brakes Brembo ventilated and drilled carbon-fibre disc brakes, 4-pod callipers
Rear brakes Brembo ventilated and drilled carbon-fibre disc brakes, 4-pod callipers
LeerWeight Approx. 505 kg, including oil and water
Fuel tank Approx. 205 litres
Body material Carbon-fibre
   
Engine  
Type 035/5 and 036 - mid-engine
Number of cylinders V12 – 65°
Displacement 3498 ccm
Bore and stroke 84 x 52,6 mm
Camshaft 2 overhead per cylinderbank
Valves 5 per cylinder
Valve control Valve springs
Compression ratio Approx. 11,5:1
Lubrication Dry sump
Ignition Magneti Marelli electronic static ignition
Fuel management Weber-Marelli digital injection, Agip fuel
Maximum power Approx. 600 – 640 hp – 13.000 rpm
Gearbox 7 gears + rev., semiautomatic sequential electronically controlled gearbox, activated by steering wheel paddles, longitudinal installed, limited-slip differential
Clutch Multi disc clutch – carbon-fibre discs
Engine weight Approx. 130 kg
   
Team  
Director of Gestione Sportiva Cesare Fiorio
Techn. Direktor Pier Giorgio Cappelli
Design engineer/s John Barnard
Engine Paolo Massai
   
VINs  
  107, 108, 109, 110, 111, 112, 112bis
Good to know:
  • First Ferrari F1 with semiautomatic sequential electronically controlled gearbox. First race – first victory.
  • 3rd place in Constructors World Championship 1989 with 59 points
  • 4th place in Drivers World Championship 1989 by Nigel Mansell with 38 points
  • 2 Grand Prix victories for Nigel Mansell 1989
  • 1 Grand Prix victory for Gerhard Berger 1989
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