The History of BRM DVDs                                               

 

The BRM story Volume 1 -The V16 years (DVD)

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60 minutes     front cover
Now, in the first volume of this commemorative four part series, motorsport historian Neville Hay reveals BRM's early history, including the concept and development of the V16 and the subsequent acquisition of BRM by Rubery Owen.

The BRM story Volume 2 P25 promise (DVD)

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47 minutes    front cover
Here you can witness the P25 as it made its debut with Peter Collins in late 1955. It proved to be mighty quick, if fragile, throughout 1956 and gave the BRM faithful a glimpse of what was to come. This promise was fulfilled with its first victory in the non-championship Caen Grand Prix in 1957 with Jean Behra. Motoring historian Neville Hay recaptures this promising period in BRM's history and finally, to Alfred Owen's immense joy, their first win in a World Championship event in 1959 with Jo Bonnier.

The BRM story Volume 3 -V8 for victory (DVD)

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47 minutes    front cover
In the third volume of this unique, commemorative, four-part series, motorsport historian Neville Hay recalls what became BRM's golden years in GP racing. By 1962 team manager and chief engineer Tony Rudd had been told: 'Win two Grands Prix or the team folds'. With that in mind, he persevered with the development of the rear-engined, 1.5 litre V8 P57 that enabled Graham Hill to not only win four championship races (and the World Drivers' title) but also secure BRM's first Constructors' title.

The BRM story Volume 4 -3 litre finale (DVD)

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59 minutes    front cover
In the fourth volume of this unique, commemorative, four-part series, motorsport historian Neville Hay recalls the final days of BRM and their GP victories, the story behind the complicated H16 and the departure of Graham Hill and Tony Rudd.

The BRM story (Volumes 1-4 boxed DVD set)

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Purchase the full four part BRM story including a special presentation boxed set and save nearly £20