Life Racing Engines
Life was a Formula One constructor from Modena, Italy. The company was named for its founder, Ernesto Vita ("Vita" is Italian for "Life"). Life first emerged on the Formula One scene in 1990, trying to market their unconventional W12 3.5 litre engine.
The team had a disastrous single season, and failed to make the grid in all 14 attempted starts during the 1990 season, often clocking in laps many seconds slower than its next competitor.
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... key) (results in bold indicate pole position) Year Chassis Engines Tyres Driver(s) 16 ... Points WCC 1990 Life L190 G USA BRA SMR MON CAN MEX FRA GBR GER HUN BEL ITA POR ESP JPN ...
... The other W12 Formula One engine was built in Italy by Life Racing Engines. 498 cubic centimetres (30.4 cu in) W3 engine when he was at Ferrari in 1967 as an investigation into the viability of a W18 F1 engine ... Rocchi's W3 engine used a central master connecting rod, with a slave rod locating onto each side of the master rod, rather than directly onto the crank pin ...
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