2002 Ferrari F2002 World Championship engine (051)
This is an externally complete original 90-degree V-10 engine with Magneti Marelli electronic fuel injection. It is attached to a display stand and comes with a Ferrari certificate, as well as a second letter from the head of Corse Clienti. The ‘051’ engine powered Michael Schumacher’s car to his Third Title for the Scuderia.
- As with all modern F1 engines supplied through Ferrari, it is non-functioning and meant for display.
The Ferrari Tipo 051 V10 is one of the most successful Formula 1 engines of all time, helping to claim both the Constructors’ Championship and Drivers’ Championship for the Scuderia. The sheer dominance of the Ferrari team in 2002 was something the world hadn’t seen since McLaren’s 1988 season. The F2002 piloted by Michael Schumacher & Rubens Barrichello achieved 15 wins from 19 races, 28 podium places, 11 pole positions, and 15 fastest laps.
The Tipo 051 was designed by a a team led by Paolo Martinelli under technical director Ross Brawn. The engine is a 3000cc 90º V10 with the red line at 19,000 rpm, an aluminum alloy crankcase and heads, double overhead cams, four valves per cylinder, natural aspiration, and between 820 to 900 horsepower depending on whether it was in qualifying mode or race mode.
- This rare World Championship engine measures about 50″ tall on its 29″ metal display stand, and is 27″ deep & 38″ wide.
It can be professionally crated and ready to ship! (40 x 48 x 36” & 500 lbs)
- Very Expensive, enquire.