The Shadow DN5 F1 OW 1975 is a classic Formula One race car produced by the now defunct Shadow Racing Cars Team. It was the second car designed and built by the team, and its renowned aerodynamic design achieved several victories and championship titles in the 1975 season, including four pole positions and a win for driver Jean-Pierre Jarier at the French Grand Prix. The Shadow DN5 F1 OW 1975 is powered by a four-cylinder, two-stroke Ford-Cosworth DFV LH V8 engine, capable of turning out 500 hp at 10,000 rpm. It features a four-speed manual transmission with a BorgWarner LT-71 gearbox, and four-wheel independent suspension with double wishbones and torsion bars. The lightweight aluminum chassis has an overall length of 4900 mm, and was developed using groundbreaking aerospace engineering techniques. The bodywork of the DN5 is constructed with a neoprene-anodized aluminum honeycomb composite and is inspired by classic race car styling. It features a wide and low stance, with simplistic aerodynamic curves and sharp angles, along with substantial wings fore and aft of the cockpit. The car stands on aluminum four-lug wheels, the rear featuring confining four-level skirts, while the front is adorned with a unique air intake scoop. The Shadow DN5 F1 OW 1975 was only produced in limited quantities, making each one truly special. It is a timeless piece of iconic F1 history, hidden away in the collection of select enthusiasts and collectors around the world. On our website you can download a drawing of Shadow DN5 F1 OW 1975 in pdf svg png jpg ai eps formats Use it for 3d modelling different illustrations typography engineering and design projects All our drawings are made in high quality therefore they can be very helpful in your work study or research.
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