29. BRM V16

29. BRMtype15V16_full

In appeared, dispite many disappointing race performances BRM founder Raymond Mays floated the idea of an all Britsh racing car project a couple of months before the end of the Second World War and in July 1947 the British Motor Racing Research Trust was formed with the V16 engine already under development with designers Peter Berthon and Eric Richter expecting 500 bhp at least 12.000 rpm from their design. Mays had access to several of the Mercedes and Auto Union designs that had dominated racing in the late 1930s, as well as other relevant German wartime technology. The car’s first appearance at a race meeting came in a demonstration run at the 1950 British Grand Prix.


Original watercolour of BRM V16


  • Signed by the Dutch artist Giovanni Casander himself
  • Watercolour on art paper
  • Not framed
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  • Size : 39 x 27,5 – 15.35”x 10.83”
  • Price : € 495,–


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  • Limited Edition art print (100 pcs) € 49,– each, numbered
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