Tyrrell P34 – Jody Scheckter – Swedish Grand Prix – 1976 | Limited Edition

  • Specially designed and created by Automobilist to celebrate the 6-wheeler P34
  • Exclusive edition of 1000 pieces only
  • Uses the latest 3D modelling technology to design the poster
  • Comes as a standard sized poster, 50 x 70 cm (19¾ x 27½ inch), framing not included
  • Reproduced as a high quality offset print on 175g/m2 paper
  • Ships worldwide from Europe, rolled and delivered in a protective tube
  • Officially Licensed Product | Tyrrell | Jody Scheckter

£45.37

Sold By: Automobilist

Description

 


In 1976 at the Scandinavian Raceway in Anderstorp, Jody Scheckter crossed the chequered flag to take the first (and eventually only) win for the Tyrrell P34. What made this win unique was the car… with its 6 wheels.

The process from design to execution of the 6-wheels was complex, but the theory behind the idea of having four small wheels at the front was relatively straightforward. With small 10 inch wheels almost hidden by the bodywork and front wing, the amount of lift generated was much less than that of normal-sized wheels. This meant the car could run less aero downforce and drag at the front, increasing the car’s performance to the equivalent of 40 horsepower and giving it more front-end grip allowing the car to turn faster.


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These posters are rolled in protective tube to ensure their safe delivery to you – wherever you are in the world.

There is a delivery charge that will be added at the checkout prior to the payment stage.

UK: £14.50 (2-6 business days)
Europe: £14.50(7-14 business days) (outside EU + UK)
USA: £18 (7-21 business days)
ROW: £22 (14-21 business days)

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