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Adolf Brudes


15 October 1899
5 November 1986 (87)
Chuck Stevenson (15 October 1919)
Al Pease (15 October 1921)
Bruno Senna (15 October 1983)


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19th (1952 German Grand Prix)
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1952 German Grand Prix
1952 German Grand Prix

about Adolf Brudes

Adolf Brudes von Breslau (born in Groß Kottulin, near Breslau (now Wroc?aw in Poland), 15 October 1899 – died in Bremen, 5 November 1986) was a Formula One driver from Germany and a member of German nobility. He started racing motorcycles in 1919. As an owner of a BMW and Auto Union dealership in Breslau, he had the opportunities to go racing, which he did from 1928 onwards, initially in hillclimbs. After World War II wiped out his business, he moved to Berlin and for a while became a mechanic, wherever he could find jobs. However he soon was back racing, and he continued until 1968, in hillclimbs – an amazing career of 49 years! He participated in one World Championship Grand Prix, the 1952 Großer Preis von Deutschland, but scored no championship points. He also participated in several non-Championship Formula One races.

source: Wikipedia



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1952 Toni Ulmen
Arthur Legat
Fritz Riess
Hans Klenk
Paul Pietsch
Theo Helfrich
Josef Peters
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