The Simca Gordini Type 15 F1 GP OW 1950 is a legendary French racing car that still stands out in the history of Grand Prix racing. This car is an iconic symbol of French automobile racing and a major influence in the development of F1 racing. It has an unmistakeable look with its long, low-slung body and bright yellow paint scheme. The Simca Gordini Type 15 F1 GP OW 1950 is powered by a supercharged 1.5L inline four-cylinder engine mated to a four-speed gearbox. This engine produces over 180 horsepower at 6500 revolutions per minute in a very light package of just over 1000kg. With its light weight and high power-to-weight ratio, the car excelled on circuits and hill-climbs throughout the 1950s. In addition to its impressive power, the car also featured a full range of aerodynamic features, such as a sleek nosecone, air-scoops, and rear wing-guards. These features helped the car achieve speeds in excess of 220 mph on the straights of some circuits, such as Montlhéry and Spa-Francorchamps. The Simca Gordini Type 15 F1 GP OW 1950 was also fitted with a lightweight construction, using alloy and light steel parts to reduce weight without sacrificing safety or durability. This allowed the race car to be nimble on the track, going around corners and getting the utmost from the high-rev engine. Today, the Simca Gordini Type 15 F1 GP OW 1950 is highly sought after by motorsport enthusiasts and collectors, as it is a legendary race car that still stands out from the crowd. With its timeless design, iconic paint scheme and impressive power, it will always be remembered as an iconic symbol of French motorsport.
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