Brundle Drivers A 1974 Mclaren M23

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There are books, articles, documentaries and museums about pre WWII GP racing and with GP products; witch I actually happened to read, watch and also discuss with other knowledgeable people.

There is an agreement that it took quite a while for that type refinement, attention to detail, professionalism and progress to happen again. The late 40s and 1950s where an incredibly slow era of technological progress, but by 58/59 things where definitely moving.

For the british and/or american racing this Grand Prix golden era of the 1930s never existed, as they were in a state of amateurism and technological primitivism.

I'm sorry if you don't know, but I actually happen to know something about that.

Edited by DOF_Renault_BMW

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