Sir Alfred Owen of BRM, died aged 67

Wednesday 29th October 1975

Sir Alfred Owen of BRM, died aged 67. He sponsored the Formula_One BRM racing cars and received the Ferodo trophy as the man who had done the most for British racing in 1963. He was proprietor of the BRM motor racing team from the early-1950s to 1974. It was passed on to the man who married his sister Jean, Louis Stanley.

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