The Vanwall GP OW 1957 is a vintage motorsport vehicle with many distinguishing characteristics. In terms of looks, it has an iconic body shape with a long front, inboard headlights, and a pointed tail. Its incredibly aerodynamic body was designed to optimize air resistance, giving it an impressive speed. Though it only has a four-cylinder engine, the VanwallGP OW 1957 can achieve a maximum speed of 130 miles per hour. With its two-ton steel chassis and a wheelbase of 8 feet, the car also offers exceptional handling when racing on the track. The Vanwall GP OW 1957 also boasts some impressive pieces of engineering. Its high-performance fuel system is powered by Lucas fuel injection and can supply fuel to the engine faster than a mechanical system. This helps give the car its remarkable speed. It also has a synchronized transmission and independent suspension, proving its pedigree of excellence. Its design also includes numerous safety features. The car was fitted with a one-piece anti-burst safety belt as well as an external roll cage to ensure the driver's safety at high speeds. The Vanwall GP OW 1957 also featured a fire extinguisher system, making it the first car to feature one. The Vanwall GP OW 1957 is an iconic and superior vintage motorsport vehicle. With its clever engineering, impressive speed, and safety features, it is a celebrated classic that is sure to excite those who encounter it.
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