The British Racing Motors P25 (BRM P25) was a Formula One racing car that competed from 1956 until 1959. The BRM P25 was initially unsuccessful until a long waited victory at the 1959 Dutch Grand Prix.


The car ran on a 2.5 litre, four-cylinder naturally aspirated engine. The development of the car took much longer than thought and it proved very unsuccessful when it debuted. One of the factors to their poor debut was the large engine valves and the rear brakes fitted on the car.

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