The Tyrrell P34B F1 OW 1977 is an iconic race car that has become emblematic of the late 1970s era of Formula One racing. It was a revolutionary car that debuted during the 1977 season and soon became a focal point of the F1 grid. Its unique design featured six small wheels, four in the front and two in the rear, which allowed for increased downforce and provided better aerodynamic performance and improved handling capabilities. The car was powered by a 3.0-litre Ford Cosworth DFV V8 engine, capable of producing up to 555 horsepower and was fitted with an advanced aerodynamic package that included a sloping wedge-shaped front-wing and rear-wing. The combination of the six wheels and advanced aerodynamics gave the Tyrrell P34B F1 OW 1977 a distinct advantage over the competition leading to a number of successful results in 1977 - most notably a win at the Swedish Grand Prix and podiums at the seasons end. Despite its success, the six-wheeled car was soon banned from Formula One at the end of the 1977 season due to the fact that other teams could not replicate the design. Nowadays, the Tyrrell P34B takes its place in the ranks of Formula One history as an iconic race car from one of the most memorable periods of F1 history.
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