Stewart SF01

The Stewart SF01 was the first Formula 1 race cars of Stewart. The Alan Jenkins for the first time in Formula 1 history aerodynamically designed completely from the computer car was presented on 29 December 1996 and participated in all 17 races of the Formula 1 season 1997, was controlled by Brazilian Rubens Barrichello, as well as the Dane January Magnussen and drove a second place out - making the team the constructors' championship ended in his first season with six points on the ninth of eleven. The V10 engine Zetec -R came from Ford


  • Formula 1 racing cars of the 1997 season