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Jackie Stewart onboard Tyrrell P 34

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Jackie Stewart tests the P34 Tyrrell 6 wheeler
Jackie Stewart test drives the Tyrrell P34. Read the full story about the P34 here http://www.australianautosportcommunity.com/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=57





Patrick Depailler at Monte Carlo in Tyrrell P34
Patrick Depailler at Monte Carlo in Tyrrell P34 D/L DivX version at; http://s17.quicksharing.com/v/4932731/Patrick_Depailler_at_Monte_Carlo_in_T yrrell_P34.avi.html





Onboard Tyrrell P34 Sixwheeler (Kyalami, Monaco 1977)
Cool car!





BBC Horizon (1981) - Gentlemen, lift your skirts. Williams F1 - Cosworth Tyrrell P34
BBC - Horizon - aired on TV 1981 Williams Formula One team Winter testing with Alan Jones driving in December 1980 at the Paul Ricard circuit in Southern France. The day before testing started Goodyear Tyres had decided to quit F1 due to the ban announced by the FIA on "skirts". The FIA being based in France were subjected to increasing pressure from the Goliath corporate car manufacturers Ferrari (Fiat) and Renualt to ban skirts as their engines were the wrong shape to fully capitalise the use of ground effect in the design of their cars. This was the year before the turbo revolution hit F1 and there is a brief look at the development of turbo. Also features an in depth look at the Ford Cosworth engine and you are taken around the factory, design, hand building, performance and development of the engine. Includes appearences from the following. Frank Dernie (Head of Williams Research and Development) who currently works for the Toyota Formula One team. Frank explains the fundementals of ground effect and the importance of using skirts to achieve full potential. Patrick Head and Frank Williams. This is incredible footage documenting not just the Williams team but of the Cosworth engine





Patrick Depailler at Long Beach in Tyrrell 008
Patrick Depailler at Long Beach in Tyrrell 008





Radical Formula One Car: Tyrell P34
Ken Tyrell and his designer, Derek Gardner created a six wheeled racing car in 1976, the P34. This car was radical in that it's front wheels were four, in tandem, 10 inch wheels. It won one race but would have had a successful run in Goodyear had developed the front tires. www.thedrivechannel.com





Patrick Depailler, Monaco onboad lap on Tyrrell P34
Patrick Depailler, Monaco onboad lap on Tyrrell P34





Tamiya RC Tyrrell P34 Six Wheeler 2010
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Tyrrell P34 - 6 wheel Formula One - Vintage
http://VintagePowerSport.com The Tyrrell P34 in this video is similar to the one driven by Patrick Depailler. The car has been restored and is maintained by RM Motorsports in Wixom, MI. Even though this car could be an accurate static museum piece, it is MUCH more ...this is a fully functional and competitive car that is being actively raced at vintage racing events. The video was shot on location at the extensive RM Motorsports facility. http://www.rmmotorsports.com The Tyrrell P34 (Project 34) was originally built for the 1976 Formula One season. Conceived by Tyrrell's chief designer Derek Gardner. It is one of the most recognizable race car designs of all time due to it's unusual 6 wheels. The 4 front tires were specially made by Goodyear and mount on small 10 inch wheels. The design intent was to reduce frontal area with the smaller tires, therefore reducing drag. Tyrrell team mates Jody Scheckter and Patrick Depailler put in a respectable 1976 season with their P34's, with one win and several high place finishes. Goodyear's failure to continually develop the small front tires, eventually made the car uncompetitive.





Jackie Stewart at Brands Hatch in Tyrrell 008
Jackie Stewart at Brands Hatch in Tyrrell 008





Stewart 6 wheel Tyrell
Stewart 6 wheel Tyrell





Patrick The Patrick Depailler Tribute
Patrick André Eugène Joseph Depailler (born in Clermont-Ferrand, 9 August 1944 - died 1 August 1980) was a racing driver from France. He participated in 95 World Championship Formula One Grands Prix, debuting on July 2, 1972. He also participated in several non-Championship Formula One races. As a child, he was inspired by Jean Behra. Talented and charismatic, Depailler never quite drove the kind of machinery his talent deserved, joining a Tyrrell team that was beginning a long, slow decline, eventually moving to the erratic Ligier team before finally ending up with the revived Alfa Romeo squad in 1980. It was for this final team, which Depailler was helping to advance up the grid, for which he was driving at a private test session at Hockenheim on August 1st, 1980, when a suspension failure pitched his car into the armco at the high-speed Ostkurve, inflicting fatal head injuries when the vehicle overturned and vaulted the barrier. The Alfa Romeo skidded along the top of the guard rail for several hundred feet prior to flipping onto its top. Depailler had worked his way back from a hang-gliding accident the previous year. He had equipped his car with special brakes designed to toughen his leg muscles. He was driving in pain while practicing for the 1980 German Grand Prix on August 10.[2]





"Legends of Jackie Stewart" Tyrrell cosworth 006 Engine warming-up
TYRRELL-COSWORTH 006 Engine warming-up Built 1973 3.0L V8 Engine.The 006 was Jackie Stewart's last F1 car before his retirement in 1973





Tyrrell P34 F1 OnBoard Historics, Nurburgring
F1 Historical racing in the P34 6 wheeler. Read the complete story about project 34 here http://www.australianautosportcommunity.com/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=57





Jim Richards tackles Targa Tasmania in Cayman S
Porsche Cars Australia Ambassador and tarmac rally specialist, Jim Richards, debuted his new Porsche Cayman S at the iconic 2014 Targa Tasmania rally. An eight time winner of the five-day tarmac rally, see why Richards was more than impressed with the performance of his mid-engined sports car. *Combined fuel consumption in accordance with EU 5: 9.0-8.2 l/100km; CO2 emission: 211-190 g/km




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