Beaulieu, England. 19th May 2018. Auto jumble and car show at the National Motor Museum in the New Forest in Hampshire. The special viewing of the 1950 BRM 1.5 litre V16. The British Racing Motors V16 was a supercharged 1.5 litre (90.8 cu in) V-16 cylinder racing engine built by British Racing Motors (BRM) for competing in Formula One motor racing in the immediate aftermath of World War II. Designed in 1947 and raced until 1954–55, it produced 600 bhp (450 kW) at 12,000 rpm, although test figures from Rolls-Royce suggested that the engine would be able to be run at up to 14,000rpm. JWO/ Alamy

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Beaulieu, England. 19th May 2018. Auto jumble and car show at the National Motor Museum in the New Forest in Hampshire. The special viewing of the 1950 BRM 1.5 litre V16. The British Racing Motors V16 was a supercharged 1.5 litre (90.8 cu in) V-16 cylinder racing engine built by British Racing Motors (BRM) for competing in Formula One motor racing in the immediate aftermath of World War II. Designed in 1947 and raced until 1954–55, it produced 600 bhp (450 kW) at 12,000 rpm, although test figures from Rolls-Royce suggested that the engine would be able to be run at up to 14,000rpm. JWO/ Alamy
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Location: National Motor Museum, Beaulieu, Beaulieu, Brockenhurst, UK

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