The Tyrrell 021 Yamaha F1 OW 1993 is an iconic Formula One race car, designed and built by Tyrrell Racing Organization in 1993. It was driven by Crash Eddie Irvine and Mark Blundell. This car boasted a 3.5L V10, Yamaha engine capable of producing 640 horsepower and a 0-60 time of 3.1 seconds. The car had a sleek, aerodynamic design, with a single air intake in the nose, a one-piece underbody intended to increase downforce, and two sidepods for additional cooling. The car boasted a lightweight construction of about 600 kilograms and was equipped with carbon fiber and Kevlar body panels and a six-speed manual transmission. The 021 debuted in the 1993 Australian Grand Prix and went on to win two races that year, as well as four podiums finishes. The 021 was a reliable and successful car that set the stage for continued success in F1 for its constructor throughout the 90s.
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