The Tyrrell P34 F1 GP OW 1977 is a legendary Formula One racing car that has captured the imagination of racing fans around the world for decades. With six wheels, the P34 was a feat of ingenuity from the Tyrrell racing team, whose designers sought to maximize the car's aerodynamics and handling. It was equipped with a powerful Ford Cosworth DFV 3.0 litre V8 engine, a five-speed Hewland manual transmission, and a Hewland FG400 rear suspension. The Tyrrell P34's most distinctive feature was its six wheels; four small front wheels and two large rear wheels. This design, introduced during the 1976 racing season, allowed for improved downforce and superior handling around corners, giving the car more grip and allowing it to carry higher cornering speeds. This novel design made it instantly recognisable on the track and would define the car's legacy. The lightweight chassis of the Tyrrell P34 was just over 800mm wide, and it had a wheelbase of some 2,400mm. Its large fuel tank held an amazing 170 litres of fuel, and the car's overall weight was just 745kg. The aerodynamics of the P34 were improved with its two rear 'overhangs', which boosted the car's stability. The Tyrrell P34 was an incredibly successful racing car, winning three races and about 90 championship points during its seven-year racing career. Since its retirement from Grand Prix racing in 1983, the legendary car has remained an enduring symbol of innovative engineering and one of the most iconic Formula One vehicles of all time.
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