The Tyrrell 001 was a Formula One race car that was designed and manufactured by the British team, Tyrrell in 1970. It was the first of the five Tyrrell-built F1 cars to compete in the World Championship. The car was powered by the Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 liter V8 engine, which was the most advanced engine of that era. Its chassis was made out of lightweight aluminum and featured double wishbone suspension on both the front and rear axles. It was a highly successful and reliable car, winning the first two Grand Prix races of the 1970 season (including the Monaco Grand Prix) and allowing the driver, Jackie Stewart, to capture the World Championship. The 001 had a wedge-shaped profile, with the low nose and rear higher than the cockpit area, which maximized aerodynamic performance. It had a wide track and large tires and brakes, which gave it excellent grip and cornering abilities. It was also well balanced, with a low center of gravity and good traction. Overall, the Tyrrell 001 was an iconic and successful race car that represented a pivotal moment in the history of Formula One racing.
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