Jody Scheckter's victory at the 1976 Swedish Grand Prix will remain one of the most historic wins in Formula 1 history.
Scheckter drove a six-wheeled Tyrell to win in Anderstorp. Tyrrell remain the only team to have raced and won with a car that has more than four wheels.
A truly unique achievement and a feat that, due to the banning of six-wheeled cars in the early 1980s, will never be matched.
Check out the the first of three new Tyrrell machines built for the 1977 season, heavily modified compared to the 1976 version. It's owned and driven by the ex-F1 driver and Le Mans winner Pierluigi Martini.