The Prost AP04 F1 OW 2001 is a single seat, open wheel Formula One racing car designed and built by the French constructor Prost Grand Prix. This model was used during the 2001 FIA Formula One World Championship and driven by driver Jean Alesi and rookie driver Nick Heidfeld. The Prost AP04 F1 OW 2001 features an aerodynamic body design made of carbon fiber composites and Kevlar. The construction of the car has an open wheel configuration with a single seat cockpit and a high nose. It is powered by a 3.0 liter V10 engine which produces over 700 bph and has a maximum speed of up to 450 kph. The car is equipped with a paddle-shift six-speed manual gearbox and has a semi-automatic clutch system. The chassis of the Prost AP04 F1 OW 2001 features a double-wishbone suspension system with adjustable parameters including a hydraulic suspension boost system. The brakes are a disc brakes setup with carbon-carbon discs and calipers and performance red brakes pads. The car is also fitted with a set of slick racing tires and drag wings. The Prost AP04 F1 OW 2001 is a race-winning car and has a strong presence on the racing circuit. With a balanced aerodynamic design and advanced technology, the car can take on demanding courses. While relatively heavier than other cars of the same class, the Prost AP04 F1 OW 2001 is still a reliable and powerful racing car.
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