History of the Grand Prix car (1945-1965) – part 2

The beginning of BRM. Racing at Silverstone and more

History of Motor Racing – part 15

The mortality rate in 1940s motor racing is high, but that doesn’t stop drivers in the 24-hour endurance race at Le Mans, the Indy 500, or the 1000-mile Mille Miglia

History of Motor Racing – part 14

Silverstone wide aerodrome tarmac has a circuit mapped out with hay bales. Britain’s first grand prix in many years is an overwhelming success

History of Motor Racing – part 13

The Alfa Romeo 158s continue to dominate, making some races a procession. Includes Swedish grand prix racing on a frozen lake. Cobb reaches 400mph in a land speed record