1987 Ferrari F187
- ◎5th car (Chassis no. 099) produced out of only 7 existing F1/87 units
- ◎Raced at Round 6 Paul Ricard Circuit, Round 7 Silverstone, Round 8 Hockenheim Circuit of the 1987 F1 Grand Prix season
- ◎Driven by Gerhard Berger (Car no. 28)
- ◎The 1,496cc Tipo033 V6 Twin Turbo engine (Engine no. 77) produces 880bhp/11,500rpm
- ◎The set up used for qualifying sessions produced 950bhp, known as the most powerful F1 turbo machine
- ◎The last F1 racing car that ran the season with Enzo Ferrari’s presence
Scuderia Ferrari used Ferrari F187 at F1 World Championship in 1987. Michele Alboreto and Gerhard Berger drove the car during F1 World Championship. The car won the races, the first GP race in Japan and the grand final race in Australia for two years in low when Williams Honda FW11B was at its peak. Since Ferrari was working on automobile developments subsequently Renault, Ferrari used 126c during GP qualifying race in Italia in 1980. Since then, Ferrari has known as a reign with 126 series which has 1.5 litter of V6 turbo. But F186 from 1983 turned out to be the first racing car which didn’t win the race after all of winning years in lows. Gusutav Brunner and Harvey Postlethwaite were transferred to Ferrari from Arrows to produce and develop the car and their first car is known as F187. Brunner is the first ATS which intergrade monocoque with outer panel and it follows style among F187. It contains a stylish monocoque, double wishbone suspension with the design of big wings. The engine has changed to 120 degree V6 twin turbo to 90 degree V6 twin turbo, Tipo033 Unit. Gear and Box also overrode Rear diffuser, and also it has changed to vertical installation from horizontal. Aside of that, Unit recorded 950hp during a qualifying race and 88hp during a final race even though pop off value was attached to the car. The star racer of Albert who is an Italian and the Australian young racer, Bulger from Benneton. But because of Brunner disengaged the team before the season in, and the team system problem and the unwell production of machine, the good results did not come along. The records has been better after Jone Bernard became a technical director instead of Pousthwaite. He reformed the team’s organization itself, F187 of suspension geometry changes, aerodynamic refinement, and fuel consumption. Beluga achieved the pole position in Portugal GP for the first time. In the final, until the car spin in last three round, he ended to place in second in the race. F187 was built for chassis number from 095 to 101 of only 7 cars during 1987. Chassis number 100 and 101 were upgraded to F187/188 style in 1988. F187/099 which we are introducing is the one which was used for France GP and it was driven by Beluga. Engine number of Tipo033 is 77. The car has records of 6th place for qualifying race of France GP, 8th place of qualifying race England GP, and 10th place of Germany GP. F187/099 has kept in the garage by the Japanese collector for long years, so it may need some maintenance for engines and some other parts, but it is easy to repair to make it as good condition which even for a race.