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Engine builder Brian Hart dies

Ayrton Senna took the first podium for a Hart engine in the 1984 Monaco Grand Prix Getty Images Enlarge Brian Hart, the former Formula One engineer who built engines for the likes of Jordan and Toleman, has died at the age of 77. Hart founded his eponymous company in 1969 while he was still enjoying a successful career as a racer in Formula Two. However, as the engine company grew, Hart turned his attention to it full time and stopped racing in 1972. Originally he prepared Ford engines for F2 cars before developing his own engine for Toleman's F2 team. Following a one-two in the 1980 European F2 championship, Toleman graduated - along with Hart - in to Formula One. With a small budget the...
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