The beating heart of the F2002, this is the original engine that powered the Scuderia Ferrari team to victory in the incredible 2002 season.
Ferrari's 48th racing car made its debut on 31 March 2002, winning the Brazilian Grand Prix in the expert hands of Michael Schumacher, before going on to reign supreme, circuit after circuit, winning 15 out of a total of 17 Grand Prix races. To top these spectacular achievements, Scuderia Ferrari also took home both the Drivers' and Constructors' titles at the 2002 World Championship.
With a maximum power of 17,800 rpm and an engine capacity of 2996.62 cc, the 90° 10V longitudinal 051 engine was the undisputed star of a season that came to a premature end, the Driver's title already scored at Magny-Cours, a fifth for the German champion, and the Constructor's title secured at Budapest.
The story of one of the most remarkable episodes in the history of racing is contained within the F2002 engine, a true collector's item, guaranteed by the certificate of origin signed by the Scuderia Ferrari Team Principal.
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Between 2000 and 2002, Scuderia Ferrari were at the top of their game, winning the Drivers’ and Constructors’ championships three years running.
"We were victorious fifteen times, including nine one-twos, Michael won his third world title with Ferrari after only eleven races, and Ferrari won its fourth consecutive Constructors’ title after thirteen races. Rubens came in second in the Drivers’ Championship with one race in advance and we managed to accumulate 221 points in total — as many as all the other teams put together. Fantastic. The whole season was like a dream, we had to pinch ourselves to make sure we weren't dreaming.” Jean Todt, General Manager of the Racing Division.