The Tyrrell 022 F1 OW 1994 is a single-seater racing car designed and developed by the iconic British Formula One team, Tyrrell Racing. This chassis was the first car produced by the team after its return to Formula 1 from a three season absence, and it was built to be eligible for the 1994 World Championship. The car's body is composed of carbon fibre and measures 4490 mm lengthwise, while the wheelbase measures 2709 mm. At the nose, the car is fitted with a standard Tyrrell-produced chin spoiler, and the rear of the car includes a taller rear wing composed of three elements. Its iconic yellow and green paint scheme keeps the car true to its heritage. Behind the wheel, the driver is protected by a monocoque chassis and roll-over bar, as well as a full six-point racing harness. This monocoque structure is reinforced with titanium sub-frames at the front and rear, and the car features a double-wishbone suspension system which allows for multiple settings and adjustable geometry. The Tyrrell 022 F1 OW 1994 is powered by the Ford ECA 3.5 liter V8 engine mated to a Ricardo five-speed manual gearbox. This engine is capable of producing up to 750 horsepower which is suitable for Formula 1 competition. This car has the ability to reach speeds of up to 330 km/h, and can accelerate from 0 to 100 km/h in just 3.9 seconds. In conclusion, the Tyrrell 022 F1 OW 1994 is a reliable and potent car which is capable of competing at the highest level of Formula 1 racing. Its combination of cutting-edge engineering, classic design elements and a recognizable paint scheme make it a true classic of F1, and a highly sought-after collector's item.
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