The Surtees TS19 was designed by John Surtees and Ken Sears and was used by Surtees during the 1976, 1977 and 1978 F1 seasons. The car was typical F1 vehicle of the time powered by a Ford Cosworth V8 engine mated to a Hewland FGA400 gearbox. It had an aluminum monocoque and rode on Goodyear tires. А characteristic recognizable feature of the car that distinguished it from its rivals was the big integrated front wing with air intakes. For 1977, Surtees had a new driver lineup. Austrian Hans Binder drove the Durex-sponsored car, and Italian Vittorio Brambilla drove with sponsorship from Beta. Brambilla managed to score six points, with 4th place in Belgium as the highest finish of the year.
|Vittorio Brambilla||19||Beta Team Surtees|