The Renault Benetton Mecachrome B198 F1 OW1998 is a Formula One racing car designed and built by Renault Sport in collaboration with the Italian-British Benetton Formula team based in Enstone, UK. The car was powered by the Renault RS9 3.0 litre V10 engine, which provided 800+ horsepower and was capable of generating speeds in excess of 330 km/h. Aerodynamics was taken into consideration for optimal performance, with the car featuring a flat floor and carbon fibre wings. The car was constructed using Mecachrome's innovative, lightweight composite material - a blend of Kevlar, carbon fibre, nylon and fibreglass. This material was beneficial for reducing engine weight and improving overall performance. A six-speed semi-automatic transmission was employed in combination with a three-way differential, featuring a titanium alloy transaxle for smooth gear changes. The Renault Benetton Mecachrome B198 F1 OW1998 also boasted an advanced chassis with independent suspension, an adjustable front and rear ride heights, and adjustable anti-roll bars. The car was outfitted with a number of other innovative features, including a titanium steering wheel with a digital readout for monitoring performance, and a single-seater cockpit designed for optimum driver comfort. Additionally, the car also featured an onboard computer to monitor performance, and to adjust settings depending on driver input. With a range of sophisticated features, the Renault Benetton Mecachrome B198 F1 OW1998 was an advanced racing machine capable of delivering exceptional performance on the world's racing circuits.
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.