Few vehicles encapsulate automotive history and performance better than the Tyrrell P34/2 Cosworth Ford F1 OW 1976. This remarkable little machine put the fun into Formula One racing, at least during the 1976 season that it was raced in. The P34/2 is best known for its unique six-wheeled configuration, a daring innovation which was designed to reduce drag and increase grip during cornering. Although it never won a Grand Prix, the P34/2 competed in several races and was a favorite of the eras racing fans due to the unforgettable sight of its six wheels. Powering the P34/2 is a Ford Cosworth DFV V8 producing 318bhp at 11,000rpm. The engine is mounted at the back of the car, behind the driver. Narrowed in the back, the car is extremely short and wide for a Formula One car, with about the same width as a modern day supercar, but just over half the length. Razor-sharp looks and an aerodynamic front end give the P34/2 an aggressive appearance, while drivers were able to adjust the rear suspension geometry for improved grip and stability in the corners. The P34/2 is simply breathtaking to behold. Its unique six-wheeled design never fails to draw attention, while its purposeful aerodynamic styling exudes speed and performance. Even today, the P34/2 stands as a testament to the engineering brilliance of the time, and serves as an inspiration to all Formula One fans.
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