This Is The Most Successful Chassis In F1

There have been more successful designs than this easily-forgotten Tyrrell, but this individual car won more races than any other in F1 history. » 6/17/14 3:37pm 6/17/14 3:37pm

Classic Formula 1 Liveries On Modern F1 Cars Are Plain Awesome

Not happy with the new rules for the 2014 Formula 1 season? Well, poke Bernie Ecclestone and demand what you see here: Classic paint on modern machines. And cigarettes. » 1/03/14 2:40pm 1/03/14 2:40pm

Designer Of Six-Wheeled Tyrrell F1 Race Car Dies

Derek Gardner, the transmission engineer whose obsession with tire grip led him to design the six-wheel Tyrrell P34 race car, has died at the age of 79. Here's the Tyrrell lapping Monaco in its full freak glory. (H/T jalopnikfan) [ITV] » 1/12/11 8:30am 1/12/11 8:30am

The Life And Death Of The Six-Wheeled Race Car

Before Formula 1 entered the modern era, it was a place where wild ideas ruled. Mattijs Diepraam of 8W penned this in-depth look at the six-wheeled Tyrrell P34, one of the most crowd-pleasing race cars ever built. —Ed. » 5/12/10 5:15pm 5/12/10 5:15pm

Oddball F1 Car of Yesteryear: Tyrrell P34 in Monaco

Yes kids, there was a time in Formula One racing when engineers did whatever the hell they wanted — within a loose interpretation of reason — in the quest to find the best combo of speed and aerodynamics in an increasingly safety-conscious environment. That attitude led to the six-wheeled Tyrrell P34, a constant… » 1/31/07 11:02am 1/31/07 11:02am

Because Who Doesn't Require a Tyrrell P34?

If we could only own one historic Formula 1 car, it would be a Tyrrell P34. Yes, the Maser 250F is fab, and the Lancia D50 floats our boat mightily. The Gurney Eagle may be the prettiest GP car ever built. But nothing flips our goddamn switch like the six-wheeled Tyrrell. We mean, it's got six wheels! Six wheels,… » 8/26/06 12:00am 8/26/06 12:00am