Brabham BT62

  • Brabham BT62 Competition specification

    Brabham's BT62 supercar can be ordered in a new Competition specification that matches the racing version of the car set to compete next month in the Britcar ‘Into The Night’ Race series running in the United Kingdom. It will be the first time in decades Brabham is racing one of its own cars, and the company has decided to celebrate by letting its customers join in on the fun. The Competition specification sees the car stripped back and made ready for racing. There is no passenger seat, no interior trim, and no maintenance kit. There isn't even any paint, with customers instead...

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    Brabham BT62 to make race debut in November

    Fittingly, a Brabham will be behind the wheel for the BT62's competition debut.

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    Watch the Brabham BT62 attack the Bathurst circuit

    Australia may be without a local auto industry, but locals have a lot to take pride in with the Australian-made Brabham BT62. With local endurance racer Luke Youlden at the wheel, the track-only supercar put up an impressive sub-2-minute time around the Mount Panorama Circuit in Bathurst, New South...

  • Artist's impression of a Brabham BT62 GTE race car
    Brabham BT62 to go racing in WEC, 24 Hours of Le Mans

    Brabham will use this week's 2019 Autosport International show starting Thursday in the United Kingdom to formally announce plans to take the BT62 supercar racing in the World Endurance Championship, whose highlight is the 24 Hours of Le Mans. The Australian race team and nascent car manufacturer...

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    Track-only Brabham BT62 supercar gets official road car conversion

    Track-only supercars are a neat thing, but only for fleeting moments. That's why the Brabham BT62 is cool, but only gets partial credit on the awesomeness test that exists in our minds. The boffins at Brabham have found a way to fix things however, and the result is a BT62 that you can legally...

  • Brabham BT62 at Portimao Circuit
    Feel the raw speed of the Brabham BT62 at Portimao

    Brabham's BT62 supercar is currently testing at top racetracks all around the globe in the lead up to the start of production in 2019. The company recently released video of one of the test sessions conducted at Portugal's Algarve International Circuit, more commonly referred to as Portimao. The...

  • Brabham BT62

    One of the most successful race teams in the history of Formula 1 is leaping into the world of supercars. The new Brabham Automotive is a spinoff of the Brabham race team which boasts no less than four Drivers' and two Constructors' championships, and its first product is the BT62, a track-only supercar limited to just 70 examples. The BT62 made its world debut in London in May and will grace local soil for the first time in Monterey, California during Monterey Car Week. It will appear throughout the event which runs from from August 18-26 and concludes with the prestigious Pebble Beach...

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    Brabham BT62 to wear liveries inspired by Brabham F1 winners

    With four Drivers' and two Constructors' championships, Brabham is one of the most successful names in Formula 1. And as it branches out into the world of car manufacturing, Brabham is keen to remind fans of this history with its first model, the BT62. The track-only supercar was revealed in May...

  • Brabham BT62 testing at The Bend Motorsport Park in Tailem Bend, Australia
    Brabham names Bend Motorsport Park as home base for honing its supercars

    Ferrari has Fiorano, McLaren has Dunsfold, and now Brabham also has a home base for developing its supercars. Brabham on Tuesday named The Bend Motorsport Park in Tailem Bend, Australia as its “home circuit.” The site, about 60 miles from Brabham's Adelaide headquarters and production...

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    Brabham BT62 supercar storms Australia's Phillip Island circuit

    Brabham's new BT62 is the hot topic right now. The track-only supercar made its debut this month in London and now we have video of it storming Australia's picturesque Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit. Doing the driving is Brabham's Le Mans-winning managing director, David Brabham, a son of late...

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    Brabham teams with Microsoft for tech and data needs

    Brabham just announced its new track-only monster machine called the BT62. When you introduce a new race car, you're also introducing a need to collect, transmit, and store a hefty amount of data. Be it vehicle data, customer information, or all sorts of on-track telemetry bits and bytes, a...

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    Brabham BT62 tipped to spawn road car, Le Mans racer

    Brabham this week revealed its new BT62 supercar and already there's talk of additional versions. The BT62 that debuted in London on Wednesday is a track-only model limited to 70 units, the number representing 70 years since Brabham founder and namesake Jack Brabham started his racing career. But...

  • Brabham BT62

    If you love all things Formula 1, then you know the name Brabham. Throughout the early days of the sport, Jack Brabham and his race team captured plenty of wins, two constructors championships, and four driver's championships. Now the Australian racing legend's son David, a racer himself and multiple Le Mans winner, is reviving the name for a new machine, and it's called the BT62. This isn't some fancy road car, though. The Brabham BT62 is a 700-horsepower track-only racing tool. Focused is probably the proper word to describe the BT62. The body panels are crafted from carbon fiber and wrap a...

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