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Maserati V8RI

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Maserati V8RI
Category Grand Prix
Constructor Maserati
Designer Ernesto Maserati
Team Officine Alfieri Maserati, Scuderia Torino, Scuderia Subalpina
Drivers 3dflagsdotcom italy2bs.gif Carlo Felice Trossi
3dflagsdotcom italy2bs.gif Ettore White
22px-Flag of the United Kingdom.png Richard Seaman
22px-Flag of France.png Philippe Étancelin
3dflagsdotcom italy2bs.gif Giuseppe Farina
Chassis aluminij auction cevna šasija
Front-wheel suspension independent
Rear-wheel suspension independent
Wheelbase 2560 mm
Track 1490 mm
Engine name Maserati
Capacity 4788 cm³ (90º)
Configuration V8
Turbo / NA super kompresorski
Engine position front
Gearbox name Maserati
Gears
Type
Differential
Fuel
Tyres
Debut Grand Prix de la Marne 1935
Races
Wins 0
Cons champ
Drivers champ
Poles
Fastest laps


Maserati V8RI (1935 - 1936) were four racing cars made by Maserati of Modena. Designed by Ernesto Maserati, they had a front-mounted 4788 cc V8 engine, 90 degrees. Roots type supercharger and dual choke Weber carburetor, single camshaft resulted in 320 bhp and a maximum speed of . The "RI" denoted Ruote indipendenti, the then innovative independent four-wheel suspension. The cars measurements were wheelbase 2560mm, length 3865mm, width 1490mm, height 1250mm.

Chassis #4501 debuted at Grand Prix de la Marne 1935, driven by Philippe Étancelin.

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