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The Super Aguri SA07 was designed by Peter McCool and driven by Takuma Sato and Anthony Davidson. It was based on a re-worked RA106 chassis used by Honda during the 2006 F1 season. There was some question as to if the Super Aguri team was in compliance with Formula One regulations. Spyker, and even Williams, filed complaints challenging the legality of the car. Super Aguri maintained their innocent throughout the ordeal.

The SA07 was a much better car than the one it replaced, the SA06. The team scored their first ever point at Spain when Takuma Sato finished in eighth but only after Nick Heidfeld fell to the wayside due to a pit stop error and a high attrition rate. Sato scored another three point, this time at Canada, after many of the cars were involved in accidents.

THe team would finish the season in 9th place in the World Constructors Championship after having earned four points.


By Daniel Vaughan | Apr 2011
F1 Team(s):
2007 Season
Points: 4
Position: 9
Engine: Honda RA807E
2008 Entry: SA08
2006 Entry: SA05
2006 Entry: SA06


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