The Surtees TS9 F1 OW 1971 is a classic Formula 1 race car designed and built by John Surtees and his team. This car was the first in a long line of F1 cars produced by Surtees and his team, debuting in 1971 and competing in the European Formula 1 Grand Prix as part of the Surtees team. The Surtees TS9 F1 OW 1971 was powered by a 3.0 liter Ford Cosworth engine, generating 485 horsepower giving the driver enough power to compete with the other established F1 manufacturers. The car featured a long nose design with an open top and inboard front suspension which gave it a distinct profile from all other F1 cars at the time. It also featured a 6-speed Hewland gearbox as well as adjustable roll bars, which enabled it to handle the rigors of a Formula 1 race. In terms of performance and looks, the Surtees TS9 F1 OW 1971 is a classic and sought after F1 car that still turns heads today.
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