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Williams FW38
Felipe Massa 2016 Malaysia FP2.jpg
The Williams FW38, driven by Felipe Massa, during the 2016 Malaysian Grand Prix.
Category Formula One
Constructor Williams
Designer(s) Pat Symonds & Ed Wood
Predecessor Williams FW37
Successor Williams FW40
Technical specifications[1]
Chassis carbon-fibre composite and aluminium honeycomb monocoque
Suspension (front) double wishbones, push-rod actuated springs and dampers, anti-roll bar
Suspension (rear) same as front
Engine Mercedes PU106C Hybrid 1.6 L (98 cu in) direct injection V6 (90º) turbocharged engine, limited to 15,000 rpm in a mid-mounted, rear-wheel drive layout
Electric motor MERCEDES AMG HPP ERS
Mercedes PU106C Hybrid Motor Generator Unit–Kinetic (MGU-K)
Mercedes PU106C Hybrid Motor Generator Unit–Heat (MGU-H)
Transmission Williams 8-speed sequential semi-automatic Williams Paddle Operated 8 speed Semi-Automatic
Battery Lithium-ion batteries
Weight 1,548 lbs
Fuel Petrobras
Brakes AP Racing ventilated carbon ceramic discs, 6-pot caliper
Tyres Pirelli P Zero (dry) tyres
Pirelli Cinturato (wet) tyres
Front:245/660 - 13 / Rear:325/660 - 13
Competition history
Notable entrants Williams Martini Racing
Notable drivers 19. Brazil Felipe Massa
77. Finland Valtteri Bottas
Debut 2016 Australian Grand Prix
RacesWinsPodiumsPolesF.Laps
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The Williams FW38 is a Formula One racing car designed by Williams to compete in the 2016 Formula One season. The car was driven by Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas.

The FW38 used the Mercedes PU106C Hybrid power unit. During qualifying for the 2016 European Grand Prix, the FW38 set the highest ever recorded speed of a Formula One car during an official session, at 378 km/h (235 mph).[2]

During the 2016 Mexican Grand Prix, the FW38 set the second highest ever recorded speed of a Formula One car during a race, at 372.5 km/h (231.5 mph).[3]

Due to lack of upgrades to the car which was basically similar to the Williams FW37, the team eventually lost 4th place in the constructors' championship to Force India.

Complete Formula One results

(key) (results in bold indicate pole position; results in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Entrant Engine Tyres Drivers Grands Prix Points WCC
AUS BHR CHN RUS ESP MON CAN EUR AUT GBR HUN GER BEL ITA SIN MAL JPN USA MEX BRA ABU
2016 Williams
Martini Racing
Mercedes
PU106C
Hybrid
P Felipe Massa 5 8 6 5 8 10 Ret 10 20 11 18 Ret 10 9 12 13 9 7 9 Ret 9 138 5th
Valtteri Bottas 8 9 10 4 5 12 3 6 9 14 9 9 8 6 Ret 5 10 16 8 11 Ret

Driver failed to finish the race, but was classified as they had completed greater than 90% of the race distance.

References

  1. ^ "Williams Martini Racing Launches FW38". Williams Martini Racing. 19 February 2016. Retrieved 27 June 2016. 
  2. ^ Collantine, Keith (20 June 2016). "Williams hit record speeds on and off the track". F1Fanatic. Archived from the original on 20 June 2016. Retrieved 20 June 2016. 
  3. ^ "Williams clocking second highest fastest speed at 372.5km/h during race". F1Fanatic. 8 November 2016. Retrieved 30 October 2016. 

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