MOTOR RACING: Vettel test drives historic F1 car rebuilt in Tetbury

Pictured left to right with the historic 1972 BRM: Sebastian Vettel, Niki Lauda, Gerhard Berger and Helmut Marko

Pictured left to right with the historic 1972 BRM: Sebastian Vettel, Niki Lauda, Gerhard Berger and Helmut Marko

First published in Sport

NEMESIS RACING from Tetbury have breathed new life into a 1972 BRM P180 after a crash at the Historic Monaco Grand Prix in May.

In just three weeks, Nemesis were able to rebuild the car and get it ready for last weekend's Historic Austrian Grand Prix where it was driven on demonstration by four-time Formula One One world champion Sebastian Vettel and Dr Helmut Marko, the former racing driver and now head of Red Bull.

The car, which belongs to a customer of Nemesis Racing, was prepared by Jeremy Bennett, along with Pete Ayres and Wayne Powell.

Nemesis are also about to start work on a Ferrari belonging to Jody Scheckter.

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