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Brabham F1™

CoxLane/Roebuck Road, Chessington, Surrey, 

Brabham is the common name for Motor Racing Developments Ltd., a British racing car manufacturer and Formula One racing team. Founded in 1960 by Australian, driver Jack Brabham and designer British/Australian Ron Tauranac, the team won four Drivers' and two Constructors' World Championships in its 30-year Formula One history. Jack Brabham's 1966 FIA Drivers' Championship remains the only such achievement using a car bearing the driver's own name.

In the 1960s, Brabham was the world's largest manufacturer of open-wheel racing cars for sale to customer teams; by 1970 it had built more than 500 cars

1992 proved to be the final year of Brabham's association in F1, with the team facing serious financial struggles. It was one of four teams to leave Formula One that year. (March Engineering, Fondmetal and Andrea Moda ). Although there was talk of reviving the team for the following year, its assets passed to Landhurst Leasing and were auctioned by the company's receivers in 1993. Among these was the team's old factory in Chessington, which was acquired by Yamaha Motor Sports and used to house Activa Technology Limited, a company manufacturing composite components for race and road cars run by Herbie Blash. The factory was bought by the Carlin DPR GP2 motor racing team in 2006, and to this day is the home of Carlin Motorsport. 


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* Jack Brabham

* Dan Gurney

* Denny Hulme

* Jochen Rindt

* Jackie Ickx

Carlos Reutemann

* Niki Lauda

* Nelson Piquet

* Riccardo Patrese

* Elio de Angelis

* Derek Warwick

* Martin Brundle

* David Brabham

* Damon Hill

* John Watson

Engine Partners

* Coventry Climax

* JUDD Engines


The former home of the Brabham Formula1™ Team, is now home to the Carlin Motorsport team, in a

private industrial estate, which is inaccessible to the public, but can be seen from the front entrance

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