The 1963 Formula Junior BT6 was the evolution of the 1962 BT2.
It is a traditional Brabham car, simple yet competitive.
Denis Hulme drove the works car in 1963 to good effect..
Ian Walker ran Frank Gardner and Paul Hawkins in yellow and green cars a
This was the 2nd BT-29 built originally for Fred Ashplant, through Fred Opert, car did not arrive till August
and Ashplant had already purchased a Chevron. Bob May took delivery, car was Black with Silver stripe. In
1971 the car was sold to Tom Scot
This is one of only two BT-23G models made, both these West Coast cars exist today. This model is probably the last 'classic shaped'
Brabham made, as the revised 'shovel nosed' BT-28 and BT-29 models were introduced around this time. This car hung o
Although a chassis number is not apparent on this car it has been examined by various experts and declared a
genuine factory car. Imported back to the UK from the US in the early 1980's it was restored by John Fenning
(Willans Seat Belts) and issued
The BT41, designed by Geoff Ferris, was the final customer car from Brabham. Very similar
to the F2 BT40 it shared an almost identical tub, which on the F3 car had an inner mild steel skin
to make minimum weight. An angular car, the F2 design car
The BT-29 was a Formula B development of the completely dominant BT-28 design of 1969.
The BT-28 was intended to be the front-line F3 car for 1969 but development and deliveries
progressed slowly. After an extended development of the works cars by
The BT-21 was numerically the most successful Brabham, being built in F3, Formula B,
and Formula Libre guise. The first cars were produced at the end of 1966 based on a
lightly revised BT-18 chassis with some detail changes in the suspension but a
The Brabham BT21 chassis was used successfully for Formula 3 and Formula B and was also the
basis of the BT23 Formula 2 car which differed mainly in having cast front uprights and different
front suspension geometry.
The BT15 model first apeared in 1965 as a Formula 3 car, drawing heavily from the BT14 Libre and BT16 F2. It is nearly identical to the later BT21 models. This car was imported by Fred Opert and raced in the SCCA for 5 or 6 years, then was store