Last week, I asked what pre-war race car weighed in at 750 kg and had an engine that developed around 600 plus horsepower from its eight cylinder engine? It was the mighty Mercedes W 125, from the era when men were men and cars were cars.
None of this auto-paddleshift, and turning the engine down from the pit wall.
So to this week. I mentioned the mighty W 125. They ran a leather strap over the bonnet at Donnington and not at the German GP. Why?
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