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Connew F1 in paddock 1972 Brands Hatch Victory Race (b)

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 The rare Connew F1 sat without it's top bodywork, in the paddock at Brands Hatch in 1972 during the
 Rothmans Victory Race. In this race the car was driven by David Purley.

The Connew was a remarkable back-yard F1 car built in a single car lock up garage in North London by a group of very keen amateurs. It actually qualified and started in the Austrian GP in 1972. Later it appeared with a Chevrolet engine in a couple of F5000 events before the money ran out.

10x7 inch (254x178mm)