Hispania F110

Senna F110 in the Grand Prix of Bahrain 2010

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The HRT F110 is a Formula 1 race car and the police car of Hispania Racing F1 Team in the Formula 1 2010 season, which is designed by Dallara.

The HRT F110 was originally developed for Campos Grand Prix. After money problems the team had led in February 2010 to take over by José Ramon Carabante, presented the car for Hispania Racing Dallara finished.

Dallara was based very closely on the design of Red Bull RB5 from the previous year. Especially the V- nose has been derived from this vehicle. Was powered by the F110 2.4-liter V8 engine from Cosworth. Was shifted via a seven-speed transmission of X -Trac. The car proved to be a little competitive. Geoff Willis, the technical adviser of the team had to quote the words that the F110 does not correspond to the state of Formula 1; Dallara have chosen simple, outdated solutions in many places. The HRT F110 did not experience any modifications in the course of the 2010 season. He was the only Formula 1 car, which denied all the races of the year in an unchanged form.

Due to the late completion of the two emergency vehicles the team came without any testing kilometers to Bahrain Grand Prix. While Bruno Senna was able to drive a total of 28 laps on the Friday and Saturday trainings, the car of Karun Chandhok its roll -out was only in qualifying. Both F110 qualified at the end of the start field, but went from the pit lane from the race. Chandhok dropped after two laps due to an accident and Senna after 18 laps due to engine failure.

After the sixth scoring run of the season, the Monaco Grand Prix, four Chandhok and his team-mate Senna reached two target arrivals. The best results were achieved with the two 14 ranks Chandhok in Australia and Monaco.