The Ford McLaren M29C F1 OW 1980 is an iconic Formula 1 racing car of the 1980s. It is renowned for being extremely light, nimble and powerful, whilst remaining aerodynamically efficient. It was also the first F1 car to use ground effect aerodynamics. Its carbon fibre and Kevlar construction made it far more lightweight than its predecessors, allowing it to achieve higher cornering speeds and better braking performance. The car was powered by a Ford 30 OHV engine, which was capable of delivering upwards of 620 brake horsepower. This power was fed to the rear wheels via a Hewland FGA 5-speed manual transmission. The car featured an advanced suspension system, allowing it to take corners at lightning speeds with precision. A range of different body shapes were available, ranging from wide, flat-nosed versions to narrow, sharp-tailed variants. This is considered to be one of the greatest F1 cars ever produced, popular amongst racing enthusiasts for its superior performance and iconic design.
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