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20 November 1919
20 January 2004 (84)
Gunnar Nilsson (20 November 1948)
Stefan Bellof (20 November 1957)

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5th (1952 Swiss Grand Prix)
9th (1952 Belgian Grand Prix)
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1952 Swiss Grand Prix
1954 British Grand Prix

about Alan Brown

Alan Everest Brown (born in Malton, Yorkshire, 20 November 1919 – died in Guildford, Surrey, 20 January 2004) was a British racing driver from England. He took up motor racing in a Cooper, later forming the Ecurie Richmond team with Eric Brandon. He participated in 9 World Championship Formula One Grands Prix, debuting on 18 May 1952 and numerous non-Championship Formula One races. He scored two championship points. He was the first driver to score championship points for Cooper and also gave the first Vanwall its race debut.


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seasons

1952, 1953, 1954,

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teams & teammates

season teammate
1952 Eric Brandon
Mike Hawthorn
Reg Parnell
David Murray
Ken Wharton
Cooper compare 1952
1953 John Barber
Adolfo Cruz
Ken Wharton
Stirling Moss
Bob Gerard
Peter Whitehead
Tony Crook
Jimmy Stewart
Rodney Nuckey
Cooper compare 1953
1954 Horace Gould
Bob Gerard
Peter Whitehead
Eric Brandon
Rodney Nuckey
Cooper compare 1954

news

Brown had originally planned to miss the Suzuka race so he could experience his first Bathurst 1000, a decision inspired by his part-ownership of the Walkinshaw Andretti United Supercars squad. Having made those plans public during the Australian GP back in March things have since changed for the McLaren boss, and he is set to head to Japan rather than Mount Panorama. A McLaren spokesperson ... ...

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The sport's current commercial rights agreements limit teams to running the same colour scheme on both cars for the entire season. Back in 1999, BAR famously tried to run different tobacco sponsors on its two cars but was prevented from doing so and instead ran a dual-sided livery with a zip down the middle. Speaking at the Motorsport Leaders Business Forum in London on Wednesday, Brown said ... ...

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In the wake of a growing performance gulf between the top three teams and the rest of the grid, the near collapse of Force India, and a situation where top drivers like Esteban Ocon may miss out on seats, Brown thinks the time has come for action. He believes that rather than Liberty respond to the difficulties by adopting a cautious attitude, he suggests that the events should make it even ... ...

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In the wake of the resignation of racing director Eric Boullier, which has prompted a reshuffling of technical staff, Brown is under no illusions about the scale of the outfit's problems.With its disappointing form at the start of 2018 having exposed clear weaknesses, Brown is working on a major overhaul that he hopes can get it back to the front.Reflecting on why the former ...

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The Woking-based outfit announced on Tuesday that the McLaren Group was now being split into three clear divisions – McLaren Applied Technologies, McLaren Automotive and McLaren Racing.Previously, there had been two sides to the company - McLaren Automotive and the McLaren Technology Group, which comprised Racing, Applied Technologies and Marketing.The decision to simplify the ...

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As has been the case in recent years the Suzuka and Mount Panorama races clash on the first weekend of October. However, Brown has already decided that he'll skip Japan and make the long trek to Bathurst to watch over the Walkinshaw Andretti United squad that he part-owns.The primary motivation, according to Brown, is a long-held desire to check out Australia's biggest Touring Car ...

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With clear differences of opinions between teams and F1 owners Liberty Media about its vision for grand prix racing from 2021, there have been predictions of some 'fireworks' in talks that are scheduled to take place in the near future.And that is why McLaren executive director Zak Brown thinks the time has come for the FIA to do more to help push things along, and avert the ...

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With clear differences of opinions between teams and F1 owners Liberty Media about its vision for grand prix racing from 2021, there have been predictions of some 'fireworks' in talks that are scheduled to take place in the near future.And that is why McLaren executive director Zak Brown thinks the time has come for the FIA to do more to help push things along, and avert the ...

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Each team has an individual bilateral contract with Formula One Management tying it to the championship and these expire at the end of 2020.Ferrari's includes the right to veto regulations as well as a stipulation it will receive a long standing payment and a constructors' championship bonus each year from FOM revenues.Mercedes, Red Bull, McLaren and Williams also receive additional ...

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In the past, former McLaren team principal Ron Dennis suggested that the era of the title sponsor in F1 was gone, and Brown agrees with that view, despite the likes of Red Bull and Sauber attracting support for next season."I don't think we're going to have a title sponsor per se," said Brown. "What I think we're going to have are major partners."If you look at F1 no one really ...

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