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Maserati V8RI

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Maserati V8RI
Maserati
aka
Production 1935 - 1936
Class
Body Style
Length 3865 mm
Width 1490 mm
Height 1250 mm
Wheelbase 2560 mm
Weight
Transmission
Engine 4.8 litre V8 engine, 90 degrees

Roots type supercharger and dual choke Weber carburetor

Power 320 hp
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Designer Ernesto Maserati

Maserati V8RI (1935 - 1936) were fourracing cars made by Maserati of Modena. Designed by Ernesto Maserati, they had a front-mounted 4788cc V8 engine, 90 degrees. Roots type supercharger and dual choke Weber carburetor, single camshaft resulted in 320 bhp and a maximum speed of 270 kph. The «RI» denoted Ruote indipendenti, the then innovative independent four-wheel suspension. The cars measurements were wheelbase 2560mm, length 3865mm, width 1490mm, height 1250mm. Chassis #4501 debuted at Grand Prix de la Marne 1935, driven by Philippe Étancelin.

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