The Ford Ligier JS21 F1 GP OW 1983 is a single-seater formula one race car, designed and developed by the joint venture between French constructor Ligier and Ford France. A sleek and aerodynamic body, it combines the technological innovation of both Ford and Ligier, a championship-winning design. It is fitted with a Ford Cosworth DFV 3 liter V8 naturally-aspirated engine with an air-to-air intercooler set-up, displaying a power output of 530 horsepower and a torque of 300 lb-ft at 8400 rpm, that gets the car up to a top speed of 325 km/h. Propelling its light aluminium monocoque which has been reinforced with side impact panels, the JS21 is equipped with four-wheel double-wishbone suspension with a lower transverse link at the front, and a multilink at the rear, paired with inboard telescopic shock absorbers operated by pushrods. The design also features an adjustable nosecone, as well as two conventional disc brakes. As the collaboration between Ford and Ligier, the JS21 is a legend in its own right, possessing the utmost performance on the track without compromising any creature comforts. With its optimal weight and balance, the JS21 is an impressive F1 car able to take on any of its competitors.
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