The Tyrrell 021 F1 OW 1993 is a Formula One car that was built by Tyrrell Racing for use in the 1993 Formula One season. It is best known for its innovative design, with its low, wide track and sleek lines giving it an aerodynamic edge over the competition. The car was powered by a 3.5 liter Cosworth DFZ V8 engine, capable of producing 760 bhp. It was mated to a six-speed semi-automatic transmission with a paddle-shift system for quicker shifts. The car also featured double wishbone suspension, a steel-tube chassis, composite body panels and advanced aerodynamics to maximize the downforce. The cars weight distribution was designed to provide optimal balance on the track, and it featured a long wheelbase which gave it great stability, especially at high speeds. The 021 F1 OW was also equipped with state-of-the-art electronics, including an electronic driver-aid system and a built-in telemetry system for gathering data. In the hands of the Tyrrell drivers, the 021 F1 OW earned five points-scoring finishes in the 1993 Formula One season, with Mark Blundells 4th place at the British Grand Prix marking the teams best result of the year. Despite this, the car was unable to challenge the best from the likes of Williams and McLaren and the team failed to score points in any of the other nine races that year. The 021 F1 OW would be the last car fielded by the Tyrrell team, as the team went bankrupt shortly after the 1993 season.
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