Emilio J. Lezcano
Journalist - Editor - Photographer Professional Race Car Driver
British Racing Motors (BRM) was founded after the Second World War by the race car driver Raymond Mays who started his careers building road racing and hill climb racing cars for English Racing Automobiles (ERA).
On the 21th of June 1936, Budapest hosted its first international Grand Prix event at the Nepliget 3.1 miles (5km) long circuit which was won by the great Tazio Nuvolari with an Alfa Romeo 3.8 V-8 ahead of Bernd Rosemeyer, Achille Varzi, Manfred von Brauchitsch, Hans von Stuck and Rudolf Caracciola.
Daniel Sexton Gurney, was born April 13, 1931, in Port Jefferson, Long Island, to John Gurney, a Metropolitan Opera star and his wife Roma Sexton. As the grandson of F.W. Gurney, manufacturing magnate and inventor of the Gurney ball bearing, it made perfect sense.
Walter Owen Bentley, (MBE) was an English engineer; designer of aero engines; designer and racer of motor cars and founder of Bentley Motors Limited in Cricklewood near London.