The BMW Sauber F109 OW 2009 was an absolute powerhouse, and one of the most advanced pieces of race technology ever produced by BMW Motor Sports. The F109 was developed in collaboration with Swiss Sauber Motorsport specifically to compete in Formula One racing. It boasted a maximum power output of up to 840 horsepower, thanks to its 3.0-litre V10 engine with BMW Motorsport P84/5 power unit technology. The F109 had a relatively lightweight and aerodynamic design, weighing 1,590kg. It featured a double-floor and diffuser configuration, as well as a front and rear suspension, both of which were designed to keep the vehicle as close to the ground as possible. This allowed for more efficient air intake and improved cornering performance. Extra features included an eight gearbox and electric power steering. The F109 was designed to provide maximum racing performance, so most of its systems were carefully selected with precision. The body was made from a mix of aluminium and carbon fibre for strength and weight reduction, and it featured a dynamically adjustable rear wing and a specialised rear suspension system. Its stopwatch-level precision was achieved by using a fly-by-wire throttle system, as well as a traction control system and an adjustable differential. In total, the BMW Sauber F109 OW 2009 was a top of the line race car that was designed with absolute precision, technology, and performance in mind. It truly was a performance-oriented vehicle that embodied the ultimate spirit of Formula One racing.
Careful measurement of the actual dimensions of the models, when creating their sketches, guarantees the high accuracy of our drawings, which is at the level of 94% - 99%.
When creating working drawings, all proportions of the depicted objects are strictly maintained.
You no longer need to create individual drawings of parts from scratch. The required changes to existing works are easily made using graphic editors.
The copyright holder permits the use of ready-made drawings, acquired under a free license, in the development of projects, scientific works and the preparation of presentations.