1965 BRM P261 Formula One Car

It isn’t everyday that we find a vintage Formula One car for sale with a heritage like this¬†1965 BRM P261, it’s an ex-Jackie Stewart car that was used to cement the young driver’s place in the world of Formula One as one of the most promising drivers to come along in the 1960s.

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Lotus Goes Turbo – Full Film

Lotus Goes Turbo is a 30 minute documentary covering the Lotus Formula One teams switch from naturally aspirated to turbo V6 engines in the 1983 season. It’s a fantastic little piece of history, seeing engineers designing a Formula One car on a drafting table with a pencil and slide rule is a reminder of just how brilliant these guys actually were.

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Hans Herrmann

The life of Hans Herrmann reads like the script of a film from the golden age of cinema, he was born in 1928 and is a baker by trade, in the 1950s he started racing with the Mercedes-Benz factory team where his talent quickly led to him being hired to race at some of the most iconic motor sport events of the era.

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Roger Williamson

Roger Williamson is a name unknown to many modern Formula 1 fans, had it not been for a disastrous day on the 29th of July 1973 he would almost certainly have gone on to become one of the best known F1 drivers of the 1970s and many think, a world champion.

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Lotus JPS Helmet by 2/10th Designs

Racing helmets are one of those things that require a little in the way of exotic paint, with most open-cockpit racing formulas the only part of the driver that’s visible outside the car is the driver’s helmet, which means that a lick of unique helmet paint is the only way for a driver to stand out from his competitors on the track.

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