Tyrrell

Tyrrell 005

Tyrrell 005 (1)
Tyrrell 005 (3)
Tyrrell 005 (4)

Only a single chassis of th 005 was ever built and was designed around Jackie Stewart and his style of racing. it was used in 72,73 and 74 and won two races.


This decal set is 1/32 scale and was designed for the French Scalextric version of the Tyrrell 005, but may well fit other 1/32 scale versions


Tyrrell 006

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After the death of Francois Cevert and the subsequent retirement of Jackie Stewart, the Tyrrell team turned to Patrick Depaillier and Jody Scheckter to pilot the 006 for 1974.  It had gone through some modifications, but was clearly slower than other contempory cars and was retired later that year in favor of the 007

Developed in 1972 for Francois Cevert, it actually went on to win the 1973 drivers championship in the hands of Jackie Stewart


This decal set is 1/32 scale and was designed for the resin body kits produced by DNQ (Simon Brereton on Slotforum)


Model shown is by DNQ, photos kindly donated by the builder Dave Arnold

Tyrrell 006-1974
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Tyrrell 007

1976 saw a few other teams run the Tyrrell 007. This example shows the Lexington team driven by Ian Scheckter


Model shown is a Scalextric Tyrrell 007









Heros Racing 007
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The Tyrrell 007 was introduced in 1974. This set depicts the car driven by Jody Scheckter


Model shown is a Scalextric Tyrrell 007









Paint used is Hycote Vauxhall Regatta Blue

Another team that made an appearance in 1976 was Heros Racing, driven by Kazuyoshi Hoshino








Tyrrell P34

Tyrrell P34 in its pre racing livery.


Model shown is a representation of what the set looks like applied.

Tyrrell 008

This set depicts Didiers team mate from 1978 Patrick Depaillier. It has some subtle differences - as in the Elf Oil Elf logo on the side pods


Model shown is a Scalextric Tyrrell 008


Tyrrell 008 first appeared for the Elf team in 1978, this set depicts the car driven by Didier Peroni


Model shown is a Scalextric Tyrrell 008


Tyrrell 008- Depaillier

Tyrrell 009

Tyrrell 009(1)
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Tyrrell 009 with the "Candy" livery from the second half ofthe 1979 season


Pictures kindly provided by P Prestage

Tyrrell 009 from 1979. Driven by Didier Peroni and Jean-Pierre Jarier. The team finished 5th overall and went on to use the car for the first two races of 1980 as well before moving to the 010. The "Tyrrell" livery was used for the first half of the 1979 season


This decal set is 1/32 scale and was designed for the resin body kits produced by DNQ (Simon Brereton on Slotforum)

Tyrrell 009(2)
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Tyrrell 011

Tyrrell 011 - Imola
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This livery was used in the later half of 81 by both Cheever and Alboreto


Model shown is a modified Scalextric Brabham BT49










The Tyrrell 011 made its first appearance at the German GP in 1981 and was driven by Eddie Cheever to 5th place. Ii won 2 races during its career both times driven by Michele Alboreto. This set depicts the car during its first few races in 1981 with the Tyrrell livery


Model shown is a modified Scalextric Brabham BT49b



Tyrrell 011 - Pastamatic
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Tyrrell 012

Tyrrell 012
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Tyrrell 012 from 1983 in the Delonghi livery. Driven by Stepahn Beloff and Martin Brundle.



Model shown is a resin kit in 1/32 scale. Pictures kindly donated by P Prestage


Tyrrell 015

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The Tyrell 015 from 1986 was driven by Martin Brundle and Phillippe Streiff. It was powered by the Renault Turbo engine and was only the second turbo powered car Tyreel and run.  its best result was 4th in Australia, by Martin Brundle










This decal set can represent the car driven by either Nartin or Phillippe


Tyrrell 018

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Tyrrell 018 (6)
Tyrrell 018 (4)
Tyrrell 018 (5)

Later in the year, the Tyrrell team gained Camel as a sponsor. They also gained Jean Alesi as a driver. This livery depicts that version of the car.


Model shown is Scalextric Tyrrell 018

Also fits Scaleauto F1

From 1989, the Tyrrell 018 had severla different liveries, this one is from the first part of the season and dipictes the car as driven by Michele Alboretto and Jonathon Palmer


Model shown is Scalextric Tyrrell 018

Also fits Scaleauto F1

Tyrrell 018(4)
Tyrrell 018 (3)
Tyrrell 018 (2)
Tyrrell 018 (1)

Tyrrell 022

Tyrrell 022(2)
Tyrrell 022(3)
Tyrrell 022(4)

The car for 1994 from Tyrrell was the 022 and was a reasonable effort. Driven by Mark Blundell and Ukyo Katayama, it was the last Tyreell to score double points and get a podium


This set has been specifically created for the Scaleauto formula 90-97, but may fit other models