The Tyrrell 026 F1 GP OW 1998 is an iconic Formula One race car from the 1998 racing season. This single-seater, open-wheel race car is designed and built by Tyrrell Racing, and powered by a Mugen Honda V10 engine. The 026 was the last car to be totally designed and constructed by the team before they left Formula One racing in the late 1990s. This vehicle has a carbon fibre composite monocoque that has been reinforced with a 7-bar structure for additional strength and stiffness. The aerodynamic design of the 026 is based on a two-element wing, which produces more downforce and an optimal amount of drag. This allows the driver to corner faster, with greater control and stability. The car also boasts an adjustable suspension, advanced electronics, a six-speed transmission, and a self-adjusting clutch. Its impressive performance capabilities allow the 026 to generate a maximum power output of 745 horsepower and reach top speeds of around 390 km/h (240 miles per hour). This impressive race car has left an indelible mark on the world of Formula One racing and today remains an iconic piece of motorsport history.
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