The Surtees TS19 Ford DFV OW 1976 is a classic race car that stands as a testament to the unique and successful partnership between John Surtees and Ford. This single-seat race car was powered by a lightweight and powerful Ford 3-litre DFV engine, which boasted a competitive 415 hp. Driving the car was the legendary John Surtees, a seven-time Motorcycle World Champion and the only racer to ever become world champion on both two and four wheels. The Surtees TS19 was constructed to aerodynamic perfection and featured a magnesium monocoque chassis. The car was equipped with double wishbone suspension, large slicks tyres, adjustable shock absorbers, a six-speed Hewland gearbox, and an efficient fuel injection system. It was designed specifically for Grand Prix racers to enhance speed and fuel efficiency. The Surtees TS19's impressive performance earned it multiple race victories, including the Formula 1 British Grand Prix in 1976. Its revolutionary design and powertrain combination made it uniquely powerful and reliable, becoming a benchmark for all future F1 cars. With its impressive power-to-weight ratio and best-in-class handling, the Surtees TS19 was able to compete on the highest levels, and is still considered to be one of the greatest classic racing cars of all time.
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