Sir Jack Brabham
Three times F1 World Champion, and the only F1 driver to win a championship in a car of his own construction
The Brabham F1 Team
A pioneering F1 team from the 1960s, 70s and 80s, winning multiple championships along the way.
The BT series of Brabham Cars
The Brabham-Tauranac (BT) series has identified Brabham cars over the decades, with the BT62 Hypercar being the most recent
In 1948, Jack Brabham embarked on a motorsport journey that remains unmatched to this day. He won three Formula One World Championships, creating history by winning the 1966 World Championship in a car bearing his own name. Jack was an avid engineer, using his competitive spirit and pioneering thinking to create the most successful racing marque of the 1960s, producing both single-seater and sports cars. The Brabham Formula One Team won another three World Championships with Denny Hulme and Nelson Piquet in the 1970’s and 80’s, continuing the pioneering engineering with the iconic BT46b 'Fan Car' of the 70's and the stunning design of Piquet's blue and white BT52. Sir Jack's sons embarked on their own racing careers with David emulating his father, racing a Brabham in 1990, before going on to win the Le Mans 24 Hours race three times. The family dynasty continues and is now in the hands of grandsons Matt and Sam.
Quality engineering is at the heart of everything we do, it always has been.
Pushing the limits
Intelligent risk-taking in development is synonymous with Brabham. Socially conscious means we use the latest materials and ethical production in fabric technology.
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