AUTOMOBILSPORT Magazine Issue #19
Cover story: B.R.M. Formula 1 1970-1974
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The eagerly-awaited Issue #19 is here. As usual, we’ve got some exciting features waiting for you. For our cover feature we go back to a time when Formula 1 cars were built by hand and powered by V12 engines. Legendary British team BRM went through its ups and downs, one of those ups coming when the cars were painted white. The P153 and P160 cars designed by Tony Southgate and backed by Yardley won three Grands Prix in 1970 and 1971, and finished second in the constructors’ standings in 1971. However, the good results were overshadowed by tragic accidents for lead drivers Pedro Rodríguez and Jo Siffert.

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In 1972 it was BRM who rolled out Formula 1 cars painted in Marlboro colours for the first time. But the two-year partnership with American tobacco giant Philip Morris didn’t yield the results expected of such lavish backing. A final Grand Prix win in 1972 was little more than a flash in the pan. The decline began, resulting in the team’s best drivers – Regazzoni and Lauda – and sponsor Marlboro leaving in 1974. All that was left was the three-year-old P160. Read the whole story in AUTOMOBILSPORT #19.

From the BRM workshop in Bourne, England, we head to Le Mans, where Frenchman Gérard Welter once set his sights on breaking through the 400 km/h barrier. We also head to Italy for the second part of our comprehensive look at the Group 4 Opel Conrero GT.

Lovers of golden racing cars, old-school DTM and historic Formula 3 will also get their money’s worth in the latest issue, which is available from our online store right now.

The AUTOMOBILSPORT team hopes you enjoy Issue #19 and wishes you safe and happy holidays!

B.R.M. F1 1970–1974

  • BACK ON TOP – Yardley BRM
  • THE BIG DEAL – Marlboro BRM


  • Eckhard Schimpf about Toni Fischhaber
  • Thomas Nehlert on WM-Peugeot at Le Mans
  • Maurice van Sevecotte & Stefan Müller on the Opel GT Conrero Gr .4 — Part 2
  • Back on Track - 1992 Jägermeister BMW M3 E30

and many more!

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