Last week I asked which horseless carriage added a horse’s head to stop it frightening horses? It was in 1899 with the Horsey Horseless, a “brainfart” writes Time, that came complete with a model horse’s head on the front of the car in order to make actual horses more comfortable around cars.
So to this week. Grand Prix engines have been twin overhead cam and four valves per cylinder for 101 years. Who was first?
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