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Brabham Automotive launch hints at 2018 Formula 1 entry
Brabham Automotive has been launched

Brabham Automotive car brand launched

Announcement of new British brand could signal motorsport interests for the future

19 February 2018
News
Sir Stirling Moss officially retires at the age of 88
Sir Stirling Moss has officially retired

Sir Stirling Moss officially retires at the age of 88

Moss won 16 F1 races, the Mille Miglia and his class in Le Mans

19 January 2018
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Formula 1
Aston Martin Formula 1 engine could be co-developed by Cosworth
Aston Martin could partner with Cosworth to develop an F1 engine

Aston Martin could work with Cosworth to develop Formula 1 engine

British manufacturer is waiting for new F1 regs before deciding if it could enter a partnership

18 January 2018
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Formula 1

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