The Tyrrell Ford DG/016 OW 1987 is an iconic Formula One car driven in the 1987 season. Developed and built by Tyrrell Racing Organisation, this car featured a carbon-fibre monocoque chassis built by Composites Technology Ltd that could house up to a 3.5 litre V10 engine. This chassis was lighter and stiffer than its predecessor, and as a result allowed for improved aerodynamics and handling. The engine itself was designed and built by Ford Cosworth and provided around 610 horsepower at its peak. An advanced suspension setup was used to help the car stick to the track and allow it to change direction quickly at high speeds. For the tires, Goodyear tires were used at the front and rear, giving the car improved levels of grip and stability on the track. Moreover, the iconic yellow and blue livery of the car gave it an unmistakable presence wherever it went on the track. All of these features enabled the Tyrrell Ford DG/016 OW 1987 to be one of the most competitive cars in the 1987 season as it scored a total of 22 points, and even achieved a 3rd place finish at the Monaco Grand Prix.
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