The BT62 was originally conceived as a track-only monster but can be easily be made road-legal.
The new Brabham will be more approachable, and affordable, than the track-only BT62.
Not even a purpose-built race car can beat the BT62’s power and downforce combination.
The Australian manufacturer will compete at the 24 Hours of Le Mans with a BT62-based race car.
The cost of the conversion does not include the price of the BT62, which is £1 million in the UK.
The first model of the newly formed company is more than a valiant entry in the track-only supercar segment.
The BT62 Brabham will be shown at Monterey Car Week later this month.
Brabham’s track-only supercar wore the same livery as the F1 racer driven by Niki Lauda in 1978.
The track-only BT62 will make its dynamic debut and hit Lord March’s driveway in anger.
Brabham could race in the top class alongside Ferrari, McLaren, Aston, Mercedes and Toyota.
The Celebration and Signature series will make your Brabham BT62 truly one of a kind.
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