The Tyrrell #6 was a Formula One race car that competed during the 1973 season. It was driven by François Cevert, a French racing driver who was a rising star in the sport at the time. The car was known for its distinctive blue and white livery, which was a trademark of the Tyrrell team. The 1973 season was a notable one for the team, as they won both the drivers' and constructors' championships, with Cevert finishing second overall in the drivers' standings. The Tyrrell #6 was also notable for its use of the Ford-Cosworth DFV engine, which was a dominant force in Formula One during this era.
Driver: F. Cevert