Alex von Falkenhausen Motorenbau (AFM) was founded by former BMW 328 designer in Munich after the World War II. Falkenhausen started with 328 tuning and conversions to single-seaters, and in 1949 first his own car, Formula 2 AFM powered by BMW 328 engine, appeared. In 1950 the car was upgraded and raced by pre-war stars Hans Stuck, Manfred von Brauchitsch, as well as by some younger German drivers. The model relates to the car driven by Fritz Riess in Prix de Berne, Formula 2 race preceded the Swiss Grand Prix. The race was won by Raymond Sommer in Ferrari 166, while Riess finished 7th.
|1950||F2||Prix de Berne|
|Fritz Riess||4||Fritz Riess|