The 1983 Tyrrell 012 F1 OW is a Formula One car that was designed and built by British constructor Team Tyrrell for the 1983 FIA Formula One World Championship. The car was driven by Patrick Tambay and Michele Alboreto. It was a unique car with some unconventional design choices that allowed it to give team Tyrrell a competitive edge on the racetrack. The car featured a highly sophisticated aerodynamic package that made it incredibly aerodynamic, allowing it to optimize its performance and stay ahead of the competition. Its design also used composite materials to lessen the weight of the car as well as to increase the rigidity of the chassis. The chassis was also stiffened with an additional layer of Kevlar. Other key components of the car included the Renault 1.5-litre turbocharged engine, three-speed manual gearbox as well as 13-inch wheels. The car also featured a highly advanced suspension setup with double wishbone front as well as a four-link rear suspension. On the racetrack, the Tyrrell 012 F1 OW 1983 showed great performance and reliability. It provided excellent stability and grip, thanks to its aerodynamic package and superior suspension setup. With the right setup and driver, the car was able to deliver impressive results, showing excellent race pace, allowing Tyrrell to still remain competitive.
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