Raymond Mays, the cofounder of such prominent racing stables as  English Racing Automobiles (ERA) and British Racing Motors (BRM), was the key person in the development of the British motorsport in 1930s – 1950s. Mays started his racing career in the early 1920s  with a pair of Brescia Bugattis arrived to UK in 1922, known as “Cordon Bleu” and “Cordon Rouge”. His first success was the win of Shelsley Walsh Hill Climb in 1923 behind the wheel of  Bugatti Brescia. This Brumm scale model is Mays’ “Gordon Bleu” Bugatti.

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Raymond Mays
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