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Published on Feb 14, 2014
Grand Prix motor racing in the late 1930s was dominated by the German Auto Union and Mercedes teams. With massive financial backing from a propaganda-conscious Nazi government, the Silver Arrows were hugely successful. Amongst the drivers of these technologically advanced cars was a young Englishman, Richard Seaman. One of Britain's greatest racing drivers ever. Seaman was almost erased from history when he left British motor-sport and chose to race for the German Mercedes team at the height of the Third Reich.