The Tyrrell 014 F1 OW 1985 was a Formula 1 car owned by the legendary Tyrrell Racing team that competed during the 1985 Formula 1 season. It was the first to be designed by legendary designer Harvey Postlethwaite, and the first Tyrrell to feature a carbon composite chassis. It was powered by a Ford Cosworth DFV V8 engine, producing in excess of 800hp - an enormous amount of power for the time, and was paired with a semi-automatic 5-speed gearbox. Starting from its distinctive white and blue livery, the 014 featured a very typical 1980s aerodynamic design, with long, sweeping sidepods, low front wings, and a central, high mounted airbox. At the rear, the car featured a tall and narrow engine cover, while the suspension set-up featured double wishbone and pushrod suspension components, coupled to a multi-link system at the rear. In terms of performance, the 014 handled very well, and although it proved to be no match for the turbo-powered cars, was more than capable of taking podium positions. The car was also capable of reaching speeds of up to 225mph on the straights, thus showing just how capable the car was. Altogether, the Tyrrell 014 F1 OW 1985 was an iconic Formula 1 car from the era and will undoubtedly be remembered fondly by fans for years to come.
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