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Jack Brabham (AUS) (Brabham Racing Organisation), Brabham BT19 - Repco V8 (RET)…

Formula 1 Print - Jack Brabham Brabham in a Brabham-Climax Monaco 1965

1966 Brabham Repco BT20 Formula 1 Car

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Denny Hulme/Brabham BT19/1967

1967 Formula One World Champion, Denny Hulme racing for Brabham. Seen here racing the he is New Zealand's only World Champion. Denny lost his life in an accident racing at Bathurst, Australia.

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01—–Brabham’s BT4 awaits its Climax engine during the ‘1963 Internationals in Australia, at the Repco Richmond facility. Its a nice ‘reveal’ of Ron Tauranac’s spaceframe chassis of the day. BT4 is the Intercontinental variant of the 1962 F1 Coventry Cliamx FWMV V8 engined BT3

awaits its Climax engine during the Internationals in Australia, at the Repco Richmond facility. Its a nice ‘reveal’ of Ron Tauranac’s spaceframe chassis of the day. is the Intercontinental variant of the 1962 Coventry Cliamx FWMV engined

BRABHAM-REPCO BT24 : '67 WORLD CHAMPION Category: Formula One Constructor: Motor Racing Developments Designer: Ron Tauranac Notable Entrants: Brabham Racing Organisation Notable Drivers: Sir Jack Brabham, Denny Hulme ('67 WC), Jochen Rindt, Dan Gurney. Wins : 1967 French GP, Le Mans (Brabham) 1967 German GP, Nurburgring (Hulme) 1967 Canadian GP, Mosport (Brabham) Technical specifications: Chassis: Fibreglass body on tubular steel spaceframe Suspension (front): Double wishbones, coil sp...

BRABHAM-REPCO BT24 : '67 WORLD CHAMPION Category: Formula One Constructor: Motor Racing Developments Designer: Ron Tauranac Notable Entrants: Brabham Racing Organisation Notable Drivers: Sir Jack Brabham, Denny Hulme ('67 WC), Jochen Rindt, Dan Gurney. Wins : 1967 French GP, Le Mans (Brabham) 1967 German GP, Nurburgring (Hulme) 1967 Canadian GP, Mosport (Brabham) Technical specifications: Chassis: Fibreglass body on tubular steel spaceframe Suspension (front): Double wishbones, coil sp...

1966 Brabham-Repco BT20 Formula 1 Car with Repco developed Oldsmobile F85 V8 into a 3000cc F1 engine.

1966 Brabham-Repco Formula 1 Car with Repco developed Oldsmobile into a engine.

Repco-Brabham V8 engine

Revisit 1966 with this beautiful nostalgic video documenting the efforts of the legendary Sir Jack Brabham, who won the Formula 1 World Championship in a car that he designed himself. Brabham’s car was powered by .