Tec-Mec is the formula 1 car designed by ex-Maserati chassis designer Valerio Colotti in 1959. The official name of the constructor is ‘Studio Tecnica Meccanica’ or ‘Tec Mec’ for short. The Studio was financed by Lloyd Casner of Camoradi International. The Tec-Mec F415 car was based on Maserati 250F design, being an improved, lightened version of the 250F. The chassis being a lightweight tubular spaceframe, and a power unit was Maserati 2490 cc straight 6 engine. Brazilian Frederico José Carlos Themudo “Fritz” d’Orey drove Tec-Mec in its only appearance in the 1959 United States Grand Prix, but the car retired just after 6 laps. Tec-Mec was not seen again, and d’Orey finished his racing driver career after a serious accident in the practice of the 24 Hours of Le Mans of 1960 in Ferrari 250 GT.
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