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Category: 60th anniversary

Spotlight On Bourne With Nick Owen

As we Reawaken the BRM marque, we are all incredibly conscious of the role of the town of Bourne, and where the story started. The vision of Raymond Mays, the dedication and skills of those in the town, along with their tenacity, and the backing of Sir Alfred Owen and Rubery Owen, enabled British Motor Sport to be firmly established, with a legacy that continues in this small Lincolnshire market-town today. This time

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The Royal Automobile Club BRM Dinner with Special Guest Sir Jackie Stewart

On the 17th January 2023, The Royal Automobile Club, Pall Mall, hosted a very special evening with Sir Jackie Stewart OBE to celebrate the 60th Anniversary of BRM’s World Championship. At 5am, the iconic BRM P15 V16 Chassis I was delicately coerced through the doors of the Royal Automobile Club to greet guests from pride of place in the famous Rotunda. Members of the Owen family, descendants of team patron

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60TH ANNIVERSARY: 1962 MONACO GRAND PRIX

Today marks 60 years since the 1962 Monaco Grand Prix, held at the Circuit de Monaco Monte Carlo. It was held over 100 laps of the compact 3.145 km circuit for a race distance of just over 195 miles. Credit: Motorsport Images Lotus’s Jim Clark claimed the first pole position of his career, ahead of BRM’s Graham Hill, Cooper’s Bruce McLaren and Ferrari’s Willy Mairesse. Mairesse got an excellent start from

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60TH ANNIVERSARY: 1962 DUTCH GRAND PRIX

Hill Wins at 1962 Dutch Grand Prix Today marks 60 years since the start of the 1962 Formula 1 season, the season that would end with Graham Hill steering his P57 ‘Old Faithful’ V8 to win the World Drivers’ Championship and, together with Richie Ginther, secured the World Constructor’s Title for BRM. This was the first time that a British Car with a British Driver had won both the Drivers

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