The Surtees TS9 Ford DFV OW 1972 is a vintage Formula 1 race car created for use during the 1972 Formula One Championship season. It is one of the most iconic race cars of the era, featuring a sleek and aerodynamic design. The car was designed by legendary British racing driver and automotive designer John Surtees. It was powered by a very powerful 3.0-litre V8 Ford-Cosworth DFV engine that produced a maximum of 490 horsepower and 474 lb-ft of torque. The car also featured independent suspension and a five-speed manual transmission. The exterior of the Surtees TS9 is done in a striking green and yellow livery, which was chosen to mimic the liveries of the backing sponsor, the Lucas Group. The car featured a full aerodynamic package with a nose cone designed to assist with air flow, a large rear wing for downforce, and a large front splitter for stability. The car also made extensive use of aluminium and reinforced steel components to ensure the highest levels of safety and performance. The interior of the Surtees TS9 is just as impressive, featuring a full roll cage, multi-point safety harnesses, and a comprehensive instrumentation package. The drivers seat featured a padded leather upholstery done in black with green and yellow stitching, giving the cockpit an iconic and sporty look. The Surtees TS9 was a highly competitive race car, with multiple victories achieved over its course of its competitive life. This car is a rare and truly unique piece of racing history, and is a must-have for any motorsport enthusiast.
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