Richardson Racing Automobiles
Richardson Racing Automobiles was a short-lived British Formula One constructor owned by Geoff Richardson. The RRA was constructed in 1951 and powered by an ERA C-Type engine. The RRA was entered by Richardson for two World Championship Grand Prix. While his entry got turned down in Belgium, he competed in qualifying for the British Grand Prix, where he failed to make the grid. Richardson subsequently joined Bentley as a works driver.
Complete Formula One Results
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