Tyrrell P34 limited edition.
The Tyrrell P34 is designed by the British engineer Derek Gardner, Tyrrell's single-seater designer since the team became a manufacturer in 1970. In 1975, he launched the project of a single-seater with six wheels, a concept he had been thinking about for several years.
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Item sold without frame (see description)
In 1976, at the Scandinavian Raceway in Anderstorp, Jody Scheckter crossed the checkered flag to take the first (and ultimately only) victory for the Tyrrell P34. What made this victory unique was the car... with its 6 wheels.
The process from design to execution of the 6 wheels was complex, but the theory behind having four small wheels up front was relatively simple. With small 10-inch wheels almost hidden by the body and front fender, the lift generated was much less than that of full-size wheels. This meant that the car could use less aerodynamic force and drag up front, increasing the car's performance by the equivalent of 40 horsepower and giving it more grip up front, allowing it to turn faster.
Size of the frame: 50x70 cm.
- 50 X 70
- Designed using the latest 3D modeling technologies
- High quality offset printing on 175g/m2 paper
- Limited edition poster