M19A - 1971
The Formula 1 car for 1971 again was powered by a Cosworth-Ford DFV V8 engine. The car is a "coke bottle" shape. The design team was headed by Ralph Bellamy.
Chassis: Aluminium monocoque
Suspension: Front suspension is by a rocker arm and lower link, and rear suspension is by top link and radius rods and a reversed lower wishbone. Koni shock absorbers, McLaren rack and pinion steering
Brakes: Lockheed brakes
Engine: Borg & Beck clutch and Hewland or BRD drive shafts are used
Dimensions: Weight is 1230 pounds and fuel capacity 45 gallon, wheelbase of 100 inches, a front track of 63 inches and a rear track of 62 inches. Front wheels are 13 inches in diameter with 10-inch rims and the rear wheels are 15 inches in diameter with 16-inch rims