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1938, Italian GP at Monza. Preparation of the Mercedes cars

Italian GP at Monza. Preparation of the Mercedes-Benz cars. Rudolf Caracciola Manfred von Brauchitsch Herman Lang and Richard Seaman

Donington Park, Great Britain, October 1938: Hermann Muller (Auto Union D-typ) leads Dick Seaman (Mercedes-Benz W154)

Donington Park, Great Britain, October Hermann Muller (Auto Union D-typ) leads Dick Seaman (Mercedes-Benz

1938 GP Tripolis (#46 Hermann Lang Mercedes W154 ; #44 Manfred von Brauchitsch  Mercedes W154; #26 Rudolf Caracciola Mercedes W154; #18 Clemente Biondetti Alfa Romeo Tipo308

1938 GP Tripolis (#46 Hermann Lang Mercedes W154 ; #44 Manfred von Brauchitsch Mercedes W154; #26 Rudolf Caracciola Mercedes W154; #18 Clemente Biondetti Alfa Romeo Tipo308

Coppa Acerbo, Pescara, August 1937. Manfred von Brauchitsch (start number 14) finished in second place at the wheel of a Mercedes-Benz W 125.

Manfred Von Brauchitsch in his Mercedes during the 1937 Coppa Acerbo, Pescara. He was the race won by Bernd Rosemeyer’s Auto Union Type C.

Masaryk Grand Prix near Brno, September 26, 1937. Manfred von Brauchitsch, who finished in second place, followed by Richard Seaman, who finished in fourth place, both in a Mercedes-Benz W 125.

1934 to 1939 Grand Prix Racing with Mercedes-Benz and the Silver Arrows

Dick Seaman was leading the 1939 Belgian Grand Prix at Spa when he crashed into

British born Richard 'Dick' Seaman was one of the most successful pre war drivers for Mercedes and was leading the 1939 Belgian Grand Prix at Spa when he crashed into a tree and his vehicle caught fire. He died of his injuries, aged

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