BRM’s back at Beaulieu
A long-anticipated start-up of the National Motor Museum’s 1950 BRM V16 racer will take place at Beaulieu’s International Autojumble to mark five decades of the event. Taking place on 2-3 September, it will be the first time the car has been run in public following a painstaking professional rebuild of its huge, complex engine. Made possible by generous donations to the BRM Preservation Appeal, the essential rebuild of the BRM’s engine received a further boost when the National Motor Museum Trust became the 2014 Goodwood Revival Beneficiary Charity.
1950 BRM’s V16 will roar again at Beaulieu.