Race Winning Motion Control

Our 1997 Formula 1 car [Chassis SF1-4], which is currently based at Moog Industrial Group in Tewkesbury, was driven by Rubens Barrichello.

Stewart SF1-4 Formula 1 Car, driven by Rubens Barrichello

The Stewart SF1-4 used Moog E050 series servo valves for the automated hydraulic control of:


Power assisted brakes


SF1-4 has been owned by Moog since 2007. 

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Our dedicated engineers have developed a range of systems and products for actuation in many types of motorsport including Formula 1, World Rally Championship (WRC), Moto GP, Touring Cars, and Le Mans prototypes.


Today’s Formula 1 cars use up to 11 of newer and more compact E024 Series valve, as well as highly responsive miniature actuators, pressure valves and power assisted steering valves, to control functions such as the inlet trumpet, rear wing, gearbox, turbocharger, throttle, clutch, differential, rear brake pressure limiting and steering. 



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Racing driver Rubens Barrichello

Rubens Barrichello

Rubens Barrichello (born May 23, 1972) is a Brazilian Formula 1 race driver who first started racing F1 cars in 1993 for Jordan.


After four years with Jordan, Barrichello joined the Stewart team. In his first year he achieved second place at the Monaco Grand Prix and in 1999 had three podium finishes, resulting in seventh overall. His performance in 1999 led to him joining Ferrari in 2000 as the teammate of Michael Schumacher. Barrichello achieved second in both the 2002 and 2004 Drivers Championships with Ferrari.


In 2006 he joined Honda and in 2009 moved to Brawn, a move that enabled him to achieve third place in the Drivers Championship. Since 2010 Barrichello has been driving for Williams, where he is currently the most experienced driver in Formula 1 and the first to compete in 300 Grand Prix races.

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Stewart Grand Prix car at Moog Industrial, Tewkesbury

Stewart Grand Prix

The Stewart Grand Prix team was formed in 1996 by three times Formula 1 champion Sir Jackie Stewart and his son, Paul Stewart. It was set up as a Ford Works supported team but competed in Formula 1 for only three seasons, during which time the team achieved one win and one pole position.


At the end of 1999 Ford bought the team outright and it was renamed Jaguar Racing. In 2004, Jaguar Racing was sold to energy drinks company Red Bull and now competes as Red Bull Racing.

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F1 racing legend Jackie Stewart

Jackie Stewart

Sir Jackie Stewart, OBE (born June 11, 1939), is a former British racing driver who competed in Formula 1 between 1965 and 1973. During his racing career he won three Grand Prix World Championships and 27 Grand Prix races. He also competed in the Cam-Am championship in the United States. Between 1997 and 1999 he was Principal of the Stewart Grand Prix Formula 1 racing team with his son, Paul Stewart.

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