The race's criteria were simple: each competitor had to race a car that was made in their own country, and the driver had to be from that country. The race was held every year in the country of the previous champion.
Olive green was the first color used by Britain in 1902, while red, white, and blue had already been adopted by America, Germany, and France, respectively. Selwyn Edge, a British driver, won the race that year. The color has extensively graced British cars throughout the years and has become one of the most famous in the automotive world.
Model ▪ British Green Racing
Year Prod. ▪ 2017
Country ▪ United Kingdom
Body Type ▪ Sterling Silver Steering Wheel
Size ▪ 25mm diameter
Kerb Weight ▪ 2.4g approx.
Cord ▪ British Green Cord – adjustable manually
Side ▪ LHD & RHD