The super aerodynamic body of the Ferrari F2001 machine that won Ferrari the Constructors' Championship maximized down force and weight savings while adapting to new FIA regulations. The Ferrari F2001 featured a longitudinally mounted 3000 Ferrari Tipo 050 V10 engine with electro-hydraulic 7-speed gearbox in pre-machined welded titanium. After the ban was lifted on traction control, launch control and other high-tech devices at the 5th race in Spain, the F2001 was finished off with an arsenal of all new state-of-the-art equipment to further outclass rivals. Schumacher had clutched the 2001 F1 season Drivers' Championship Title with 9 wins, earning him 53 total wins in his career, as he became the most successful F1 driver of all time and the Ferrari F2001 the undisputed top machine in F1 history. Tamiya now introduces a 1/10 scale radio controlled car version of the machine that reigns supreme in the world of F1 racing.