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"... It was the 14th of June, 1936, and most of the quarter of a million spectators present at the International Eifel Race at the Nürburgring didn't have a clue what was the deal with the midget (compared to most of its competitors) BMW 328 roadster. This was because, unlike most German car launches at the time, the 328 didn't even get to have a proper press release or a launch event. It simply showed up at the track, ready to win the race in its class. Which it did, ..." Continue Reading →
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