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1967 Brabham BT 23, Formula 2, Ford Cosworth FVA 1.6 lt, 220BHP, five speed, "space frame". 

Engine Racing Developments Ltd., regularly regarded as Brabham, was a British hustling auto producer and formula One dashing group. Established in 1960 by two Australians, driver Jack Brabham and creator Ron Tauranac, the group won four drivers’ and two constructor’ big showdowns in its 30-year Formula One history. Jack Brabham’s 1966 drivers’ title remains the main such accomplishment utilizing an auto bearing the driver’s own name. In the 1960s, Brabham was the planet’s biggest producer of open wheel hustling autos available to be purchased to client groups, and had manufactured more than 500 autos by 1970. Throughout this period, groups utilizing Brabham autos won titles as a part of Formula Two and Formula Three. Brabham autos additionally contended in the Indianapolis 500 and in Formula 5000 hustling. This particular car won 9 races out of 15 in the 1967 Formula 2 championship, driven by Jochen Rind.


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