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TYPE 43   1966 - 1967
Formula 1

 Engine: BRM H16 2996cc-------------------------------------------------
Gearbox: BRM 6 speed----------------------------------------------------
Chassis: Stressed-skin Monocoque, with-------------------------
 tubular space-frame engine bay.---------------------------------------
Front Suspension: Upper cantilever rocking arms,----------
lower wishbones,-& inboard coil spring / damper units.---
Rear Suspension: Lateral upper links, twin radius rods,---
reversed lower wishbones, and coil spring/damper units.
Wheelbase: 8 ft. 0 in.-------------------------------------------------------
Maximum Track: 5 ft. 0 in.-----------------------------------------------
Length: 13 ft. 2 in.----------------------------------------------------------
Weight: 1105 lbs.-----------------------------------------------------------

Chapman truncated the monocoque chassis, ending it right --
   behind the driver.---------------------------------------------------------------------
The engine was mounted to the rear bulkhead and the entire--
    rear suspension was mounted to the engine and  transaxle.------
Other teams declared that the car would fold in half at the first 
Today EVERY Formula One, Indy Car, and World Endurance--
    Cup car has a truncated monocoque chassis with its engine----
 and transaxle carrying the rear suspension.---------------------------
 It is now accepted as the "only" way to build a fast race car.--