The BRM Association was formed in 2012 to promote the history and legacy of the BRM marque and to provide a forum for BRM owners, enthusiasts and former employees. The club holds regular events and launched their first track day last year, which was a great success amongst their members. The BRM Association is a very welcoming club and has the same inclusive spirit that the Chateau Impney Hill Climb is keen to promote, so we’re thrilled to have them on board.
BRMs have a long association with Chateau Impney, and several notable BRMs were campaigned at the original speed trials. Phil Scragg competed in a BRM P48 in 1963, and in 1964, Tony Griffiths set the Chateau Impney course record in the same car, achieving an impressive time of 22.07 seconds. Tony’s record remains unbeaten and will never be broken again, due to the Hill Climb’s newly extended course.
We’re also delighted to announce that one of the patrons of the BRM Association, Rick Hall, will be competing at the Chateau Impney Hill Climb in a BRM P48. With such strong links to this fantastic marque, we are very pleased to include the BRM Association in our group of Associated Clubs and we look forward to sharing their latest news and events with our followers!