|Real mass||-75 kg (with driver: 0 kg)|
|389 bhp @ 10.000 rpm
293 Nm @ 8.500 rpm
10.400 rpm max.
Derrick White was commissioned to design Cooper's very first monocoque chassis to house the Italian Maserati V12 engine. Dubbed the T81, the new 3-litre car was very conventional, perhaps with the exception of the front disc brakes, which were installed on the inside of the hub between the wishbones. Giulio Alfieri extensively reworked the almost ten year old engine, which produced a claimed 390 bhp. The Cooper team had always believed in the power of numbers and at various races in 1966, they fielded up to five Maserati powered T81s. Jochen Rindt scored the company's first Grand Prix win since 1962 at the Mexican Grand Prix and Pedro Rodriguez added another one in the 1967 opener in South Africa. The biggest problem of the 3-litre Coopers was the relatively high weight and in 1967 a lighter T81B was tried, but with little success.
Longest wheelbase of all the cars. Very stable and forgiving; must be driven very hard to go quickly, but forgiving characteristics permit this. Heavier than the four lightweights, with CG fairly far forward. Engine is down on power but very nice to drive.
Version 1.2 of F1 Classic 67 Legends Changelog
-All cars now have tiremodel v7, with slightly altered slipangles for version 1.2
-Physics overhaul for all cars (suspension tweaks)
-Mod/carfiles updated to version 1.2 to avoid online mismatches
-Changes in driver.ini for VR /Triple screen users
-=May the downforce be with you=-
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