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BRM – year 1964

BRM – year 1964

British Racing Motors, Lincolnshire, Bourne, United Kingdom.

Year 1963 was a period of successive successes for Graham Hill and the BRM car in Grand Prix races. He won the European Grand Prix in Monaco and the US Grand Prix in Watkins Glenn.

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BRM 56-V8 – year 1962

BRM 56-V8 – year 1962

British Racing Motors, Lincolnshire, Bourne, United Kingdom.

Sir Owen's announcement that he would withdraw from racing in the event of a failure of his car also in 1962 year, it mobilized designers to design a new vehicle designated as BRM 56. The brand new model has a V-shape, eight cylinder bore engine 68,5 mm … read on . . .

BRM 25 – year 1956

BRM 25 – year 1956

British Racing Motors, Lincolnshire, Bourne, United Kingdom.

The unhappy beginning of the career of the 16-cylinder engine and the constant defects of the British BRM car contributed to the decision to dissolve the company and sell the cars.

W 1953 BRM was taken over by Sir Alfred Owen, owner of the Rubery company, Owen & Co. Ltd., … read on . . .

BRM V-16 – year 1949

BRM V-16 – year 1949

British Racing Motors, Lincolnshire, Bourne, United Kingdom.

W 1946 year, on the initiative of Raymond Mays and Pierre Berthon, the company was established, aimed at constructing your own, british formula car 1. British Racing Motors organization, (abbreviated as BRM) she acquired almost for her idea 160 brytyjskich producentów samochodów iread on . . .