Details about Honda F1 Super Aguri 2007 F1 Anthony Davidson race car rolling chassisSee original listing
“No engine currently fitted.”
03 May, 2014 13:32:38 BST
Tywyn, Gwynedd, United Kingdom
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|Seller notes:||“No engine currently fitted.”|
|Reg. Mark:||Get the Vehicle Status Report||Year:||2007|
|Power:||750 PS||Manufacturer:||Honda Super Aguri|
|Type:||SA 107 Single seat F1 racing car|
Offered for sale is this Super Aguri/Honda 2007 F1 race car converted to simulator
The car is in excellent condition and could be used as a static display as it has been converted to be used as a simulator. This makes it the ultimate big boys toy, and in the right environment could be used to generate substantial income from ‘wanabe’ F1 drivers!
Please note that THE ENGINE AND OTHER VITAL PARTS ARE NOT PRESENT, but it may be possible, with the correct technical expertise and of course an engine, to convert this car back to full racing trim, allowing the owner to participate in the top classic car meetings such as the The Goodwood Festival of Speed and the Silverstone Classic.
It is unlikely that any other of these rare Super Aguri Formula One cars will ever come to market – so if you wish to buy into the successful albeit short lived legend of the team, this is surely a once in a lifetime opportunity! This car comes with a Chassis Lifing certificate of Authenticity from Brawn GP signed by Ross Brawn.
Please note this is a GENUINE SA7-03 rolling chassis NOT a replica, copy or facsimile.
This car was owned by Brawn GP after Honda GP pulled out of F1 and Brawn took over the company. The history described in the listing of this car is accurate in all respects. It is a unique opportunity, and if a 2.4 V8 engine could sourced, the potential value of this, one the rarest F1 cars of the 2.4-V8 era, could rise exponentially!
Competition History of this particular SA07-03:
Year of competition 2007 FIA Formula One World Championship
Drivers: Anthony Davidson
Total Mileage: 8,870 kms
Raced at Autralian GP (Melbourne) to 16th place
Raced at Malaysian GP (Sepang) to 16th place
Raced at Bahrain GP (Bahrain) to 11th place
Raced at Spanish GP (Barcelona) to 11th place
Raced at Monaco GP (Monaco) to 18th place
Raced at Canadian GP (Montreal) to 11th place
Raced at United States GP (Indianapolis) to 11th place
Raced at French GP (Magny Cours) - failed to finish
Raced at British GP (Silverstone) - failed to finish
Raced at European GP (Nurburgring) to 12th place
Raced at Hungarian GP (Budapest) - failed to finish
Raced at Turkish GP (Istanbul) - failed to finish
Raced at Italian GP (Monza) to 14th place
Raced at Belgium GP (Spa) to 16th place
Raced at Japanese GP (Fuji) - failed to finish
Raced at Chinese GP (Shanghai) - failed to finish
Raced at Brazilian GP (Interlagos) to 14th place
The History behind the Honda powered SA07
Super Aguri history
Super Aguri Formula One was founded by Team Principal Aguri Suzuki, a former F1 driver and a major player in Japanese motorsport. The entrance fee of 48 million USD was rumoured to have been paid by Honda, as they thought the team would prove useful by running Honda engines.
The team's head office was in Tokyo, although the main operations were carried out at its base in Oxfordshire.
The SA07 was derived from the successful RA106. Super Aguri adapted the chassis to fit the new RA807E engine – a relatively simple task because of a virtual development freeze on engine regulations. Other than a new gearbox and a few aerodynamic tweaks to the bodywork, the car was almost identical to the original 2006 RA106.
Because the RA106 was such a good car, delivering Jenson Button his first Grand Prix win the previous year (2006) at Hungary, it was no real surprise that both Anthony Davidson and Takuma Sato managed to make it to the second qualifying session (Q2) of the first Grand Prix of the 2007 season in Australia.
Sato remained at Super Aguri for the 2007 season and was joined by Anthony Davidson who had previously been his team mate at Carlin Motorsport in British F3. Sato started the season strongly, setting the team's best ever qualifying result of tenth place for the championship-opening Australian Grand Prix. He finished eighth in the Spanish Grand Prix, to record Super Aguri's first ever world championship point.
This car resides at a comprehensive and extensive collection in Holland. Serious potential buyers are asked to furnish me, James Morgan, with their phone number/contact details and/or email address, whereon the owner will contact them to make an appointment to view in Holland.
My details can be found under 'Contact details' at the lower left side of this listing.
Super Aguri 2007 F1 simulator
Chassis designation: SA07
Chassis construction: Moulded carbon fibre and honeycomb composite front and side composite impact structures with integral roll protection structures.
Fuel cell: Fully enclosed
Bodywork construction: Composite one piece sidepod and engine cover, separate carbon floor section, structural composite nose box and composite wings.
Front suspension: Wishbones, pushrod operated torsion bars and dampers. Mechanical anti-roll bar.
Rear suspension: Wishbones, pushrod operated torsion bars and dampers. Mechanical anti-roll bar.
Brakes: 6 piston calipers with carbon pads and disks
Steering: SAF1 power assisted
Steering wheel: SAF1 specification and composite construction
Drivers seat: Driver specific carbon composite
Seat belts: Takata
Fuel cell: ATL kelvar reinforced to SAF1 specification
Battery: 2.5 Ah lead acid
Instrumentation: SAF1 specification
Transmission: SAF1 Honda carbon composite maincase. 7 speed sequential "quick shift" electro hydraulically controlled
Front track: 1,460mm
Rear track: 1,420mm
Overall length: 4,680mm
Overall height: 950mm
Overall width: 1,800mm
Designation: Honda RA807E
Type: 2.4 litres V8 at 90°
Aspiration: Normal, as required by regulations
Maximum power: Over 700 bhp
Maximum revs: 19,000 rpm
Valve train: 4 valves per cylinder, pneumatic valve system
Throttle system: Electro hydraulically operated system
Injection system: Honda PGM-FI
Ignition system: Honda PGM-IG
Spark Plugs: NGK
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