2011 Ferrari F150 and 2010 Ferrari F10 side-by-side

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Last year’s Ferrari won five races and nearly took Fernando Alonso to the championship.

How does the new F150 compare to the F10? Click each image to view the full-size versions:

2011 Ferrari F150 and 2010 Ferrari F10 compared

2011 Ferrari F150 and 2010 Ferrari F10 compared

2011 Ferrari F150 and 2010 Ferrari F10 compared

2011 Ferrari F150 and 2010 Ferrari F10 compared

2011 Ferrari F150 and 2010 Ferrari F10 compared

2011 Ferrari F150 and 2010 Ferrari F10 compared

Different reference points were used to scale the images including tyres and wings. However they should not be considered an exact reflection of the relative dimensions of the two cars.

For further comparison here’s how the F10 looked at the end of last year:

Fernando Alonso, Ferrari, Abu Dhabi, 2010

Fernando Alonso, Ferrari, Abu Dhabi, 2010

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132 comments on 2011 Ferrari F150 and 2010 Ferrari F10 side-by-side

  1. BBT (@bbt) said on 28th January 2011, 15:52

    Seriously people, there are enough differences to last years car.
    I almost got sucked into the its the same trap, but it really isn’t.

    Open thy eyes….
    What do people expect? The regulations are tight.
    The are 15 – 20 what I would call major changes and that is without the new front wing….

  2. BBT (@bbt) said on 28th January 2011, 16:00

    Considering the regulations I think the following are significant….

    No F-duct,
    No shark fin
    Single diffuser
    KERS
    Higher front nose,
    Wider nose
    Air box
    Side pod entries
    Rear suspension
    Exhaust exits
    Rear wing
    Barge boards
    Gearbox area
    etc

    OK you can’t see the KERS but its there, and there will be other major differences you can’t see, weight distribution, centre of gravity etc.

  3. verstappen (@verstappen) said on 28th January 2011, 16:23

    It sure looks bulkier then the F10. To me, they are different enough. And let’s see at the first test how the real deal looks

  4. Icthyes said on 28th January 2011, 17:28

    The head-on view of the front wings is the only thing I genuinely dislike about the current spec of F1 car. I don’t mind their width too much but the endless additions make me feel ill.

  5. Mouse_Nightshirt (@mouse_nightshirt) said on 28th January 2011, 18:16

    Hmmm – Ferrari obviously have decided there is no benefit in Mercedes’ airbox approach. I wonder if any other teams may copy the idea.

  6. LoneFanMX said on 28th January 2011, 18:44

    I don’t know if anybody has noticed that the rear push rod suspension is attached deeper (forward) underneath the engine cover. I guess that’s the way they reduced the aerodynamic profile in the rear section of the car and allowed space for the exhaust system and diffuser. (exhaust blown diffuser) any comment?

  7. Nesto said on 28th January 2011, 19:00

    too bad the rear of the car is heavily shaded. the two black things sticking out of the nose are cameras right ? i wonder why they were moved, due to regs or part of the design change ? Nothing big I’m sure, just curious.

  8. hey i can see the two splitters under the nose i thought they were getting rid of them?

  9. Tobitron (@tobitron) said on 29th January 2011, 0:08

    Looks remarkably a lot like the 2010 McLaren= Nose, front wing and smaller, squarer, sidepod intakes.

  10. Jared404 said on 29th January 2011, 7:10

    The Bridgestone lettering has faded on the 2010 car.

  11. The more you look the more you notice, the cockpit area is different as well.

  12. LoneFanMX said on 29th January 2011, 23:30

    Just as I suspected: (Ferrari) “…has chosen to retain conventional push rods but with substantial work has been carried out on damper placement, moving them from above the transmission further forward and lower in the car.” http://t.co/9LnJifS

  13. Dhika said on 20th February 2011, 4:25

    waw…….
    Kaspersky became Ferrari sponsor….
    and pirelli

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