The Sauber C23 F1 OW 2004 is a classic Formula 1 grand prix car, produced between the 2004 and 2005 racing season. The C23 was the latest model of the successful Sauber C-series cars and featured an aerodynamically advanced design. The car was constructed around the revolutionary OW chassis and featured a carbon fiber monocoque and an aluminum honeycomb chassis. The car's strength and rigidity made it a formidable competitor and provided drivers with an optimal driving experience. The C23 was powered by a 3.0-liter, V10 engine supplied by Petronas, which was capable of delivering over 840 horsepower. The powertrain was mated to a 6-speed semi-automatic gearbox, that allowed for faster and smoother gear shifts. The car's appearance was dictated by Sauber's extensive aerodynamic research, which led to changes in the points of downforce and grip as well as the overall shape of the car. The Sauber C23 was fitted with an array of technological features, such as traction control, active suspension, semi-automatic transmissions, and an advanced anti-lock braking system. The car was also equipped with a number of emergency features including a fire extinguisher and an onboard medical kit. The Sauber C23 was designed to keep the driver safe in the harshest of racing conditions and this proved to be successful on the race track. Its successes include numerous podium finishes in the 2004 and 2005 season.
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