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The car park has been extended a little and isn't full of rather ordinary cars from the s I wonder who that big Yank tank belonged to? They could do work of twice the quality in half the time it would take mere mortals. Posted 12 May - Apparently there was a website set up to support the preservation of that shed, and relocate it to Brooklands. This clearly took place in the old shed. This photo shows the new workshop in May '76 with the old shed in the background. Apparently there was a website set up to support the preservation of that shed, and relocate it to Brooklands. This was before the days of off-the-shelf affordable systems from Pi. Community Forum Software by IP. Stuck with me. Posted 12 May - It never did Posted 12 May - An Interview with Ken Tyrrell in '72 from inside the shed and at his home together with Nora. Tyrrell is carrying number 3 which was Scheckters number for both saisons. You currently have javascript disabled. Several functions may not work. It also mentions two other companies, a deli in Woking called Cipullo and a logisitics company. He flipped his lid and went off muttering threats. Yes, as far as I recall the very first thing designed on CAD which was put on the car was the rear wing run on Brundle's car in the final race of the year in Adelaide in , which I drew up under Brian Lisles' direction. Javascript Disabled Detected You currently have javascript disabled. In which year did the team first move into a bespoke environment? A friend of dad's knew some of the BRM management, and that Mr Stanley seemed like a really nice man I was there again around , with David Jackson, fitting new Specialised Mouldings bodies to I think, Ps, and it was still hardened earth, black but hard almost like concrete, windows still filthy. Posted 12 May - A quick question which is bothering me for some time, can't seem to find an uncomplicated way of answering it! I think he was born in Ohio but now lives in Mesa, Arizona. Karl Kempf was based at one end of the Design Office and would spend his time at the races, tests and back at base deciphering the roll after roll of recorded data printed from the Cassette tapes. I spent a weekend lying on it working under my Morris ! All the cars in the car park are pretty ordinary - there is a Ford Granada Coupe which I wondered might have been Ken's but there is also a large American car which I cannot identify although the rear light arrangement looks familiar. Looks like the launch car that was used when they unveiled it at Le Mans? Just a few days ago he should have turned 73 years old if 14 May is the correct date. Presumably that was because the time limit for Guildford council to take any planning enforcement action against Ken was 10 years. Machine Shop was a seperate building. Posted 13 May - The caption says the car is Looks like to me.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} In its place, there is a white sign that still says 'The Tyrrell Building' but the place is now the base of Club Green Ltd, supplier of celebratory, party and craft goods. Their cars looked well-made, but they didn't seem to be quite symmetrical, a top shell fitted to one new car had to be tweaked with slightly elongated fastenings to fit a second one parked alongside it. Sein Name: Isidor. So judging by this and F1Steve's visit in '73 they must have moved over to the new workshop in late '72 early ' You're right, Inboard front brakes is a giveaway. Posted 13 May - I visited the factory as a 13 year old in and the shed was then used for body moulding and fibreglass work. Posted 13 May - Excellent, Steve - that was the sort of answer I was hoping for! When I were a lad, we didn't even have a floor at all No, mine was a yellow ex Post Office van. More photos here from the inside with P34s being prepared etc. It never did Although saying that, over the years, various 'factories' were built within the premises for the team. The 'sport' is poorer for all the thousands of people involved. Posted 13 May - Years ago in the 70's when I lived in the area I used to drive past just to see where this world championship winning team operated from and behind the trees could just see a wooden shed and obvious signs of a timber yard surrounded by countrside. Tyrrell and the wooden shed Started by Michael Ferner , May 12 Posted 12 May - A quick question which is bothering me for some time, can't seem to find an uncomplicated way of answering it! Posted 16 May - I guess after he moved on it all died a death, but in true Tyrrell style i. Posted 17 May - Posted 18 May - Aber Eberhorst findet einen Weg. Dahinter verbirgt sich eine Apparatur, die Eberhorst die Fahrt im Cockpit ersetzen soll. That was how the kept it a secret. The first CAD system my company invested in was sometime in the mid eighties. I wondered whose that was? In he joined Intel. The Shed is still there and still in use as a store. You were lucky! A visit at the courtesy of Google Maps is possible here. Posted 14 May - Rather amusingly, according to KT the planning permission for the new factory was applied for on the basis of it functioning as a building for servicing the timber lorries - hence the tall roll-up door in the front. The floor was definitely concrete. As a smallish child, probably some time in the late 50s, my dad took me to the BRM place in Bourne, and the main workshop had an earth floor, and the windows were too dirty to see through, they didn't look as if they'd ever been cleaned. After that time, Ken would have automatically have been granted planning permission to build F1 cars. Excellent, Steve - that was the sort of answer I was hoping for! Years ago in the 70's when I lived in the area I used to drive past just to see where this world championship winning team operated from and behind the trees could just see a wooden shed and obvious signs of a timber yard surrounded by countrside. Posted 13 May - Is the shed still there? I guess this is what Mr Ferrari meant by the English 'Garagisti'. In this photo the shed is still looking very much like an active used race car preparation workshop rather than a glassfibre workshop. My boss started his career at Tyrrell in the 90s in the press office. We didn't even have a school - walked two and a half hours every morning before light, only to find out there was no school, then walked back against the wind three and a half hours to get home five minutes after supper was finished, and no crumbs left over. All rights reserved. We used to live in one room, all hundred and twenty-six of us, no furniture. The modern factory and offices were there then, and had been used the previous year as well, so the more modern building started to used late at an educated guess. It looks little different today. So, until late ish , the Tyrrell F 1 team was housed entirely in the "shed" - and they were already World Champions!! I thought I remembered reading that the P34 was at least designed in the shed. With photos from July last year. So is that your Morris - HPJ - in the photo, then? Being quite local, I went along to take a look this afternoon. The name is now used by a new different company in Southampton. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Jump to content. Lots of girly calendars and very eccentric characters in there We always benefitted from the fact that BAE Weybridge was nearby, creating a great reservoir of highly skilled craftsmen such as patternmakers and toolmakers. Posted 19 May - To add a little to this topic. Soon afterwards an official letter arrived, which Ken completely ignored, and he never heard about it again. The Tyrrell woodshed looks quite sanitary in comparison. Unbelievable to todays audience. Then again they refer to Ken Tyrrell as being "47 years old", he would have turned 48 in May '72 but judging by the photo above the shed was still the main workshop in late June. Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. Posted 13 May - I visited the factory as a 13 year old in and the shed was then used for body moulding and fibreglass work. It isn't clear from the photos as it could be either. Apparently, years later an official from Guildford Borough Council showed up, and was shocked to find F1 cars being made and prepared and not a Foden in sight. The place was clearly operational despite the lockdown.