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Toleman TG183

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Category  Formula One
Designer(s)  Rory Byrne
Successor  TG184
Constructor  Toleman
Predecessor  TG181C
Toleman TG183

Chassis  Carbon fibre Monocoque with semi-stressed engine

The Toleman TG183 was a Formula One racing car designed by Rory Byrne and built and raced by Toleman Motorsport. The car first raced in the last two races of the 1982 Formula One season driven by Derek Warwick. In the 1983 Formula One season an updated version of the car, designated TG183B, was introduced and Warwick was joined at Toleman by Bruno Giacomelli. The car also raced in the first four races of the 1984 Formula One season when Ayrton Senna made his debut in the Formula 1 championship alongside former FIM 350cc and Formula 750 motorcycle World Champion Johnny Cecotto from Venezuela.

The TG183 was distinctive in that it had twin rear wings and front wing mounted radiators. Unfortunately the front wing configuration caused the front of the car to move about at high speed and was eventually replaced by a more conventional front wing set up.

The TG183B was replaced after four races of 1984 by the Toleman TG184.

Complete Formula One World Championship results


* 14 points scored in 1984 using the Toleman TG184


Toleman TG183 Wikipedia