From the listing:

The Tyrrell P34 (Project 34), otherwise known as the ‘six-wheeler,’ was a Formula One race car designed by Derek Gardner, Tyrrell’s chief designer, as a response to new regulations due to come into force in 1976. The car used specially manufactured 10-inch diameter wheels and tyres at the front with two ordinary sized wheels at the back. The idea of the smaller front tyres was to increase air penetration and have a smaller ‘frontal area’ which would reduce drag.

The current owner purchased the car from the world famous Donington Grand Prix Collection and it has been restored with no expense spared by WDK Motorsport. The car has raced competitively in HFO and Masters events as well as at Monaco. It was also used in the filming of the up and coming Ron Howard movie “Rush”.

Currently listed at http://www.taylorandcrawley.com/current-stock/Race-Cars/Tyrrell-P34


Have you checked out the 1976 March 2-4-0 6 Wheeler

1 Comment

  1. […] 6 Wheeled March from 1976 – built as March’s response to the Tyrrell P34. A unique opportunity to acquire the only March 6 wheel car in race ready condition and one of only […]

Leave a Comment