The BRP 2 was a racecar which was designed by Tony Robinson.

The car made its debut at the 1964 Belgium Grand Prix where it was raced by Trevor Taylor. The car finished 7th overall after started 12th on the poll.

Other drivers for the car included Frank Gardner and Innes Ireland. The car was fitted with a BRM P56 V8 engine in the 1964 series and a Climax FWMV V8 engine for 1966. The BRP 2 rode on Dunlop tyres.

The car had a monocoque chassis made from aluminium and had a BRM six-speed gearbox.

The BRP 2 endured some moderate success with its racing career as it completed most of its races in the top 10.

In 1966 the car was entered in the 1966 Italian Grand Prix but the car was unavailable.