The Renault Alpine A443 Le Mans OW 1978 was one of the most iconic race cars to ever hit the track. This legendary car is a sight to behold and a joy to drive. This car was designed by Aussie engineer Alain Serpaggi and built by the Renault Sport division in Dieppe, France. The exterior of the vehicle was angular and highly aerodynamic with a bright yellow, blue and white livery. The A443 was equipped with a mid-mounted turbocharged 2-liter 224 hp engine which enabled the car to accelerate from 0-62MPH in 6.2 seconds and reach a top speed of 168 MPH. The suspension featured an adjustable ride height and double wishbone configuration which contributed to the vehicle's superior handling in competitive racing. The interior was stark and minimalist, with a straightforward dashboard design that featured all the necessary instruments and gauges necessary for keeping a close eye on the car's performance. For the 1978 season, the car was heavily revised and featured a powerful new aero package which improved its speed and handling. This included a larger rear wing and extended wheel arches. All these modifications combined to make the A443 capable of taking on even the most demanding race tracks. The car also featured a six-speed manual transmission which enabled drivers to take advantage of the vehicle's high performance. From its exterior silhouette to its masterful engineering and powerful performance, the Renault Alpine A443 Le Mans OW 1978 was a true marvel in the history of motorsports. This majestic machine is the stuff of legends, an icon of Motorsport, and a symbol of what excellence can achieve.
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