RedBull RB7 -A class of its own

RedBull RB7 is one of the best racing cars ever made,since joining REDBULL from MCLAREN Adrian Newey showed his full potential on RB5,the 2009 RedBull racer.Despite familiar reliability issues the RB5 won the last three of the 2009 season but it was too little too late to beat the might BRAWN BGP 001.RB6 was unarguably the car of the 2010 season which won both the constructors and drivers championship for RedBull.

The RB7 is just as the same as its predecessors its insanely fast .The 12 races on the calender so far have seen RedBull were in pole position for every single race,Sebastian Vettel with 7 wins to his credit  so far.It didn’t suffer any reliability issues as it has 100% finishing record so far this season.

Technical Specifications :

Engine: Renault engine RS27 – 2011
Cylinders: 8
Capacity: 2400CC
Max rpm: 18,000rpm
Number of Valves: 32
Vee Angle: 90 degrees
Power Output: Not Disclosed
Engine construction: Cylinder block in cast aluminium
Engine management: FIA (MESL) standard control unit TAG310B
Oil: Total Group
Weight: FIA minimum weight of 95kg


Renault RS-27 engine .the engine block is made of Aluminium alloy.The engine is a naturally aspirated mid mounted V8.The crankshafts and pistons are made of steel.


The engine (Renault RS27) is a structural part of the chassis .The chassis  is a carbon- fibre, honeycomb structured composite monocoque.


Seven-speed semi-automatic sequential gearbox with reverse gear, longitudinally Mounted with hydraulic system for power shift and clutch operation. The multi plate clutch is manufactured by AP Racing .The gearbox is Carbon Titanium made and the seamless shift transmission has shift time of 0.05seconds


Front:  Aluminium alloy uprights, carbon-composite double wishbone with springs and anti-roll bar, Multimatic dampers which are push-rod actuated.

Rear: Aluminium alloy uprights, carbon-composite double wishbone with springs and anti-roll bar, Multimatic dampers which are pull-rod actuated.


Brembo calipers, Brembo carbon discs and pads.


2 thoughts on “RedBull RB7 -A class of its own

  1. Hi! Not only are we friends on fb and follow on twitter, but I see you are a fellow wordpress friend too! This is very informative to new followers of Formula One…I have been a long time follower, but have many friends that are new to it..I shall pass this along! Thanks for the great job you are doing! Nancy

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