The Surtees TS19 was a Formula 1 racing car used in the 1976, 1977 and 1978 seasons of Formula One by Surtees.
The Surtees TS19 made its race debut at the Grand Prix of South Africa in 1976 in Kyalami with Brett Lunger driving. The Americans went from 20 on the grid to eleventh place. It was a lap behind Niki Lauda in the Ferrari 312T.
The TS19 had a broad flat nose and a stepped configuration in the middle. The front and rear of the TS19 had an outboard suspension, the transmission came from Hewland and power came from a V8 engine from Cosworth. In 1976, the Surtees TS19 manage to gain seven points, all of them by the Australian Alan Jones, which helped them to reach tenth place in the Constructors' title.
In 1977, Italian Vittorio Brambilla joined the team. His best result was fourth place in the Belgian Grand Prix. At the end of the year with six points Surtees was eleventh in the championship.
Drivers of the TS19 included Conny Andersson, Hans Binder, Vittorio Brambilla, Alan Jones, Brett Lunger, Larry Perkins, Henri Pescarolo, Vern Schuppan and Noritake Takahara.
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