The Tyrrell P34B F1 GP Monaco OW 1977 was an advanced Formula One car designed and manufactured by Tyrrell Racing. It was a four-wheeler, the only of its kind, and a major upgrade over their previous P34 model. This particular version was used in the 1977 Monaco Grand Prix, one of the most prestigious F1 races in the world. The chassis was made from Carbon Fiber and Kevlar, which made the car lightweight but extremely strong. It was fitted with 6 push-rod actuated disc brakes to provide the stopping power required for a vehicle that was capable of reaching an impressive top speed of 214 mph. The car was powered by a 3.0 liter Cosworth DFV V8 engine capable of producing up to 501 brake horsepower. The car achieved a power-to-weight ratio of 1.3 kg/bhp, making it one of the most efficient Formula One racers of its time. The car also featured an all-movable wing and a conventional under-tray diffuser setup, which enabled it to achieve better downforce than its competitors. The car had success on the track; it was the first car to win the Monaco GP with four wheels and also achieved a 2nd place finish at the British Grand Prix. The car is considered to be one of the most iconic and innovative Formula One vehicles of its era. It is a true testament to the abilities of Tyrrell Racing and the legendary driver, Jody Scheckter.
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