Dallara F2 2018

Overall length: 5224 mm
Overall width: 1800 mm
Overall height: 1097 mm (including FOM roll hoop camera)
Wheelbase: 3135 mm
Overall weight: 720 kg (driver on-board)

V6 – 3.4 litre single turbocharged – 620 HP @ 8750 rpm – made by Mecachrome
Fly by wire accelerator system
Rebuild after 8000 km
Maximum Torque 600 Nm

0-100 km/h (62 mph) in 2.90 s
0-200 km/h (124 mph) in  6.60 s
Maximum speed: 335 km/h (208 mph) (Monza aero configuration with DRS)
Max. braking deceleration -3.5 G
Max. lateral acceleration +/- 3.9 G

Monocoque and Bodywork
Survival cell – Sandwich Carbon/aluminium honeycomb structure made by Dallara
Front and rear wing – Carbon structures made by Dallara
Bodywork – Carbon – Kevlar honeycomb structures made by Dallara

Steering system
Non assisted rack and pinion steering system
XAP steering wheel with dashboard, marshalling & VSC display, gear change and clutch paddles

6-speed longitudinal Hewland sequential gearbox
Electro-hydraulic command via paddle shift from steering wheel
ZF SACHS Carbon clutch
No on-board starter, anti-stall system
Non hydraulic ramp differential

Fuel cell
FIA Standard
Premier FT5 125 litres

Electronic features
Magneti Marelli SRG 580 ECU/GCU including data logging system
Magneti Marelli PDU 12-42 power supply management unit
CAN data acquisition pre-equipment
Beacon receiver

Double steel wishbones, pushrod operated, twin dampers and torsion bars suspension (F) and spring suspension (R)
Adjustable ride height, camber and toe
Two way (F) / Four way (R) adjustable Koni dampers
Adjustable anti-roll bar (Front/Rear)

6 pistons monobloc Brembo callipers
TBC carbon-carbon brake discs and pads

Wheels and tyres
F1 2016 standard wheel dimensions
O.Z. Racing magnesium rims
13″ x 12″ front
13″ x 13.7″ rear
Specific Pirelli slick tyres

Safety standards
Full FIA F1 2017 safety standards
Halo F1 specification

Extinguisher System
LIFELINE (electrically operated)

Camera equipment
Roll hoop, nose cone and face shot camera pre-equipment

Exact functionality of DRS used in Formula One
Hydraulic activation