The Tyrrell 010 F1 OW 1980 is a racing car designed and built by the British firm, Tyrrell Racing Organisation. First appearing during the 1979 Formula One season, the 010 was the first turbo-powered Formula One car ever made. With its distinctive pale blue and green livery, the 010 is one of the most recognisable cars to ever grace the Formula One racetrack. Made from a carbon fibre composite monocoque chassis, the 010 is light and agile, yet incredibly strong. It features a 90-degree turbocharged Ford V6 engine, producing around 600bhp at 7,000rpm, and a low-slung aerodynamic body, which gives it exceptional downforce at high speeds. The 010 is equipped with a Hewland 5-speed manual gearbox, which lets the driver shift quickly and precisely. The 010 was the first car to use carbon fibre brakes which improved braking stability and reduced weight. The suspension setup features inboard-mounted wishbones at the front, and a reverse wishbone configuration at the rear, providing the driver with supreme control in corners. The 010 is a true testament to the engineering brilliance of the Tyrrell team. It was the first to launch the turbo revolution in Formula One and would remain competitive for a few years. Even today, the 010 remains a symbol of the best of Formula One engineering at a time when it was about raw speed and technological advancement.
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