The Tyrrell 003 F1 OW 1971 defined the pinnacle of 1970s Formula One racing. Built by the championship-winning team of Ken Tyrrell, the 003 was one of the most successful and iconic cars ever produced. This classic machine boasted a 3.0L Cosworth DFV V8 engine capable of producing over 500 horsepower, allowing it to reach speeds of up to 250 km/h. The all-aluminum monocoque chassis was lightweight and allowed for excellent aerodynamic properties, while the suspension was comprised of double wishbone setup with Chapman struts at the rear. The handling of the Tyrrell 003 F1 OW 1971 was superb, thanks to a wide track width of 2.50m, along with its stiff torsion bar setup. The racecar was successful in both wet and dry conditions due to its improved downforce and wide underbody diffuser. The cockpit was well-appointed and had plenty of space for the driver, while the car featured an impressive 5-speed manual transmission with a Hewland FG400 gearbox. With its classic blue and yellow livery, the Tyrrell 003 F1 OW 1971 was surely an eye-catcher on the race track.
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