F1 Driving Experience Williams FW33
Drive a Modern F1 Car WILLIAMS FW33
Limited Places Still Available on selected dates Drive a Modern F1 Car F1 Driving Experience Williams FW33 "The Ultimate Driving Experience" Online Since 2000. Web2move Adrenaline Experiences include, Driving the 700 bhp FW33 Williams Formula 1 car, the most up to date Formula 1 technology available for members of the public to drive. As driven by Rubens Barrichello, Pastor Maldonado and Valtteri Bottas. You can now join the select group of drivers at Barcelona, Magny Cours and Hungaroring
Drive a Williams FW33 F1 Car in Europe
The F1 Driving Experience Williams FW33 is the latest in a wide choice of Adrenaline Experiences featured by Web2move. With main sponsorship from AT&T, the blue and white liveried cars broke new ground for the Oxfordshire based Williams F1 team. Technical innovations included the teams smallest ever gearbox, a completely new rear suspension set-up and the first year of running with KERS.
The power from the Cosworth 2.4 V8 is 700 bhp and the engine revs to 16,000. The FW33 was fitted with a hand clutch, 7-speed paddle gearchange and required left foot braking.
THE CAR YOU WILL BE DRIVING AND THE COURSE
To drive the Williams FW33 Ultimate Course you do need to have already driven an F1 on one of our featured courses within the last 12 months. However, if you have not done this, you can still drive the car. Our Extreme Course means you will be driving the Benetton F1 or Prost F1 first, before you get behind the wheel of the Williams FW33. On both courses you will receive a one-to-one briefing on the techniques of left foot braking and using the hand clutch. Remember this is a 2-pedal car just brake and throttle and to maximise the cars potential it is essential to know and learn these new skills. Both courses are only available at the Barcelona Circuit de Catalunya and the Magny Cours Grand Prix circuit in France.
On both courses you will also be driving the 2.0 Formula Renault single seater for your training laps on the Grand Prix circuit as you learn the race line and braking points.
The car you will be piloting is just the same as when it raced by professional Formula 1 drivers, including Rubens Barrichello, Pastor Maldonado and Valtteri Bottas (with one exception and that is the KERS system has been disabled). It is still the original Cosworth power unit (revving to 16,000 rpm), Williams gearbox and 6-pot carbon brakes.
This is really the ultimate driving day in the world, with only a limited number of opportunities available this year.
Williams FW 33 Specifications
- Chassis construction: Monocoque construction fabricated from carbon epoxy and honeycomb composite structure, surpassing FIA impact and strength requirements.
- Front suspension: Carbon fibre double wishbone arrangement, with composite toe link and pushrod activated springs and anti-roll bar.
- Rear suspension: Double wishbone and pull rod activated springs and anti-roll bar.
- Transmission: Williams F1 seven speed seamless sequential semi-automatic shift plus reverse gear.
- Gear selection: electro-hydraulically actuated.
- Clutch: Carbon multi-plate.
- Dampers: Williams F1.
- Wheels: RAYS forged magnesium.
- Tyres: Fronts: 325mm wide, Rears: 375mm wide.
- Brake system 6 piston callipers all round, carbon discs and pads.
- Steering: Williams F1 rack and pinion.
- Weight: 640kg with driver, camera and ballast.
- Wheelbase: 3300mm.
- Overall length: 5000mm.
- Overall height: 950mm.
- Overall width: 1800mm.
- Engine: Cosworth 2.4L V8, 90 degree V angle engine with aluminium bock and pistons, pneumatic valve train. Cosworth fuel management and ignition systems.
F1 Driving Experience Williams FW33 LOCATIONS
THE CIRCUIT - BARCELONA - Circuit Length: 3000m
The Circuit De Catalunya just outside Barcelona is the well established home of the Spanish Grand Prix and has been host to some fantastic races over the years.
The location benefits from excellent weather conditions with the track offering a challenging mix of twisty sections, fast sweeping bends and long straights.
The cars streak past the pits virtually flat out treating spectators to that incredible sound that only F1 cars can make!
This is your chance to experience what the sound is like from inside an F1 car
MAGNY COURS - NEVERS - FRANCE - Circuit Length: 4250m
Magny Cours is the long established home of the French Grand Prix and offers excellent facilities
comparable to any other circuit on the calendar.
The mirror smooth surface to the track is perfect for Formula 1 with the circuit configuration offering a fabulous blend of fast straights, long sweeping corners such as Estoril and tight hair-pins such as the challenging Adelaide where you approach at nearly 190 mph before getting hard on the brakes.
The circuit length of 4.25 km makes it very much a 'real' Grand Prix circuit without making it difficult to learn.
HUNGARORING - BUDAPEST - HUNGARY - Circuit Length: 3790m
Hungaroring is the long established home of the Hungarian Grand Prix, located 20 Kilometres outside Budapestand offers excellent facilities comparable to any other circuits on the calendar.
This well established home of the Hungarian Grand Prix and has been host to some fantastic races over the years since 1986.
The location benefits from excellent weather conditions with the track offering a challenging mix of narrow twisty sections, but fast.
This is and "Old School" track, built in the natural surroundings. Its difficult to overtake here but it is also fast with plenty of corners you will really feel the F1 car working hard as you power around the track. You will be one of the select group of drivers who are able to drive the same circuit as some of Formula 1 greats, including Lewis Hamilton, Fernado Alonso, Senna, Prost and home to Jensen Buttons first Formula 1 race win.
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