The Fittipaldi F6 was a racecar used in the 1979 season of Formula 1. Designed by Ralph Bellamy, it was built with a monocoque aluminum chassis and was driven by a traditional Ford Cosworth DFV. The cars rode on Goodyear tyres.
The car only participated in the 1979 South African Grand Prix with Emerson Fittipaldi driving. He finished the race in thirteenth place.
The Fittipaldi F6A was raced at 6 Grand Prixs in Formula 1 during the season with Emerson Fittipaldi at the wheel. The best result was seventh at Watkins Glen. A second car, driven by Alex Ribeiro, never got past the qualifications.
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