Dan Gurney en route to victory in the '67 Belgian GP in the Eagle TG-1. Designed by ex-Lotus engineer Len Terry the TG-1 is often described as one of the most attractive Formula 1 cars of all times. The Weslake V-12 engine was designed by ex-BRM man Aubrey Woods and unfortunately errors made in design and execution of the engine seriously hampered its output and reliability, quickly losing ground to the Cosworth DFV.
Richie Ginther Driving for Gurney Eagle F-1 1967
The Tramontana R is an evolved version of the standard open-wheel two-seater, packing a Mercedes-sourced 5.5-liter V12 available in either naturally aspirated, 550 hp guise or a twin-turbocharged 760 hp version that dolls out an astonishing 811 lb-ft of torque. The Group claims a 0-100 kph time of 3.6 seconds and a 10.15-second run to 200 kph.