Williams FW42 Technical Specifications

By Williams Racing
February 20 2019

 Williams FW42 Technical Specifications

Chassis construction:
Monocoque construction laminated from carbon epoxy and honeycomb surpassing FIA impact and strength requirements

Front suspension:
Double wishbone, push-rod activated springs and anti-roll bar

Rear suspension:
Double wishbone, pull-rod activated springs and anti-roll bar

Williams eight speed seamless sequential semi-automatic shift plus reverse gear, gear selection electro-hydraulically actuated

Carbon multi-plate


Dicastal forged magnesium

Tyres Pirelli:
Fronts: 305/670-13, Rears: 405/670-13

Brake system:
AP 6 piston front and 4 piston rear calipers with carbon discs and pads

Williams power assisted rack and pinion

Fuel system:
Kevlar-reinforced rubber bladder

Electronic systems:
FIA SECU standard electronic control unit

Cooling system:
Aluminium oil, water and gearbox radiators

Six-point driver safety harness with 75mm shoulder straps & HANS system, removable anatomically formed carbon fibre seat

Power Unit:
Mercedes-AMG F1 M10 EQ Power+, Internal Combustion Engine: Capacity 1.6 litres, Cylinders Six, Bank angle 90, No of valves 24, Max rpm ICE 15,000 rpm, Max fuel flow rate 100 kg/hour (above 10,500 rpm)

Fuel injection:
High-pressure direct injection (max 500 bar, one injector/cylinder), Pressure charging Single-stage compressor and exhaust turbine on a common shaft, Max rpm exhaust turbine 125,000 rpm ERS Mercedes AMG HPP

Dimensions & weight Weight:
FIA Minimum Overall height: 950mm, Overall width: 2000mm


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Williams FW42 Technical Specifications
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Date: 20/02/2019 14:44

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