The Surtees TS16 was a Formula One race car produced by the Surtees Racing Organization in 1976 and driven by Italian champion racer, Vittorio Brambilla. The car was designed for use in the world-renowned 1976 Formula One World Championship, and was powered by a Ford DFV OW 3.0-litre V8 engine. The TS16 was constructed from lightweight aluminum and featured a very lightweight, aerodynamic design with a long wheelbase. Its powerful engine was able to produce up to 475 horsepower when working at its maximum efficiency. The TS16 was equipped with a five-speed manual transmission as well as independent suspension on all four wheels for improved corner-taking ability. Its chassis was composed of box-section aluminum and featured a wrap-around front nose section and a rear spoiler for improved aerodynamics. The car could achieve a maximum speed of over 220 mph, making it one of the faster Formula One cars of the era. The TS16s cockpit featured an adjustable steering column, raked pedals and an instrument panel. The TS16 proved to be very competitive during the 1976 season, with Brambilla taking second place in the Monaco Grand Prix, as well as two more podiums during the season. The season was ultimately won by James Hunt in a McLaren M23, but the TS16 nonetheless had a solid season. Despite its successes, the 1976 season would prove to be the last for the Surtees TS16, as the team was forced out of Formula 1 at the end of the season due to financial problems. The car remains an iconic reminder of a short but illustrious run for the Surtees Racing Organization in Formula One.
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