The Tyrrell 003 Ford F1 OW 1971 was an iconic Formula One car produced by the Tyrrell racing team. The car featured a distinctive blue livery and was driven by driver Jackie Stewart, who would go on to score the team's first of three consecutive Constructors' Championships. The Tyrrell 003 was noteworthy for its aerodynamic design and exceptional performance. The chassis of the 003 was designed and manufactured by Tyrrell Racing, with a monocoque construction made out of aluminum and fiberglass. It was also powered by a Ford Cosworth DFV V8 engine, delivering a peak power output of 415 bhp at 10,500 rpm. This engine was connected to a Hewland FG400 transmission, and controlled by a ZF five-speed manual gearbox. The car utilized an independent rear suspension with double wishbones and coil springs, as well as an independent front suspension with double wishbones, upper A-arms, lower U-arms and coil springs. The car also featured 15-inch, three-piece cast magnesium wheels, wrapped in Dunlop tires. In terms of performance, the Tyrrell 003 Ford F1 OW 1971 was capable of reaching a top speed of around 175 miles per hour, a remarkable feat for a 1971 race car. The car was also renowned for its excellent handling and agility on the track, making it a popular choice for race drivers. The Tyrrell 003 was an impressive and iconic Formula One car of the era, and remains a fondly remembered part of motor racing history. It's easy to see why it was such a successful car for its time, and why it became a long-lasting F1 classic.
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