The Tyrrell 025 F1 OW 1997 was an impressive Formula One car designed by Tyrrell Racing Organization. It was the first Formula One car to be powered by a 3.0 L V10 engine, making it one of the most powerful cars in its class. Its carbon-fibre and aluminium honeycomb monocoque chassis was lightweight and exceptionally durable, providing excellent handling at high speeds. It had a unique suspension system with pushrods at the front and an inboard mounted coil-over system at the rear. This suspension combined with the chassis helped provide excellent cornering ability. The car also had a very distinctive nose section which extended slightly in front of the regular nose section, resulting in a unique look. The 025 was one of the most advanced cars of its time, featuring such features as traction control, semi-automatic transmission, launch control, paddle shift gearboxes, and a telemetry system that could monitor driver performance. It was raced by Mika Häkkinen, Ukyo Katayama, and Ricardo Rosset during the 1997 season. Despite its many innovative features, it ultimately failed to bring success to the Tyrrell team and was replaced the following season.
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