The Surtees TS5 F5000 OW 1969 is a classic single-seater racing car, designed and built for the Formula 5000 class of open wheel racing. The car was built by legendary British race car constructor and former Formula One driver, John Surtees, and is one of the most iconic open wheel racers ever made. It's uniquely lightweight body was constructed from aluminum alloy and featured a mid-mounted 413 c.i. Ford V8 engine which provided an impressive 510 bhp. This engine was mated to a Hewland LG 500 gearbox and aided by an iconic four-wheel drive system which was produced in-house. The car also benefits from slick racing tyres which provide immense grip and excellent handling in the tight corners of a F5000 race. Inside, the cabin is designed to be aerodynamic and comfortable, with a beefed-up chassis offering superior rigidness and rigidity. The whole package is a classic example of open wheel racing excellence, and an iconic machine for motorsport enthusiasts all over the world.
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