The first mass-produced Birel, which dates back to 1961
The “flat” chassis, built in 1962
Engine moved to the driver’s side
An evolution of its predecessor, with a three-tube rear end
The first Birel world champion
Structure with a triangular layout
The double column steering system
The recovery weapon
The first long wheelbase Targa
A two-bearing rear end
The first chassis for the 135 class
A top international in the 125 class, too
A transition chassis narrower in the front
Torsion concentrated up front
The “short cradle” chassis is born
Revolutionary architecture and refined features
A mobile bar to stiffen the front end
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