The Toro Rosso Ferrari STR03 F1 GP OW 2008 was a Formula One race car designed for the 2008 Grand Prix season. It was the seventh iteration of Ferrari's F1 car, and the first to be designed and built as a joint venture between Ferrari and Red Bull Racing. The STR03 featured an aerodynamic package designed to provide increased levels of downforce and non-linear aerodynamic behavior. The chassis, which was made from carbon fibre composite materials, featured an innovative "pushrod" suspension concept that allowed for superior cornering performance. The car's engine was a Ferrari 056 naturally-aspirated V8, with a capacity of 2.4 litres. It produced a maximum output of 760bhp at 19,000 rpm, and was fitted with the innovative KERS hybrid technology. The combination of this powerplant and its aerodynamic package allowed the car to achieve impressive speeds in qualifying, with the drivers regularly reaching top speeds of over 306 km/h on straight sections of the track. The STR03 was praised for its reliable and consistent performance throughout the season, and for its maneuverability in tight racing conditions.
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