The Tyrrell 024 F1 OW was one of the most remarkable racing cars to ever grace the racetrack. It was a true work of art and engineering, produced by the legendary Tyrrell team of Formula 1 during the 1996 season. It was the first chassis of the 024 series to use the 830-kg Formula 1 regulations that were introduced during that season. The car was powered by a 3.0-litre Ford Cosworth ED V8 engine which gave it a maximum power output of around 600 bhp. It also featured cylinder-head and camshaft developments which allowed it to perform better at high rpm. The car's aerodynamics were improved, with the rear being lighter and slimmer than the previous model and a new front nose to enhance downforce. This was combined with wider sidepods and an adjustable rear wing, which was capable of producing 25 kg of downforce. In terms of performance, the car achieved respectable race results, with the team's best finish of the season coming at the Monaco Grand Prix where it finished fourth. The car was also used in other races that season and proved to be reliable throughout, something which was not always common with the 024 series. The Tyrrell 024 F1 OW is still viewed today as a classic of Formula 1 and an important part of its history. It was a car which was produced with the utmost attention to detail and provided a stunning performance at the same time.
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