There is a small town in Lincolnshire, England, which became the home of not one, not two, but three major racing car manufacturers. Bourne (pop 15,000) a small market town up in “Bomber County” as Lincolnshire was known during WWII (due to the large number of bomber bases built on the flat terrain), has counted among its industries ERA (English Racing Automobiles), BRM (British Racing Motors) and Pilbeam.
Most of the roads in Britain were made either by the Romans – the straight roads – or by the wandering cows – the convoluted roads. Bourne was lucky enough to be the recipient of some Roman roads.
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