Brabham BT11 BRM. Chassis F1-6-64. 2010 Goodwood Revival

Brabham BT11 BRM. Chassis F1-6-64. 2010 Goodwood Revival by Wouter Melissen -

The Brabham BT11 was a Formula 1 racing car built in 1964.

The Brabham BT11 was originally a planned customer version of the Brabham BT7. At the end of 1964 and 1965, the BT11 was also used as a works car. Five vehicles were used for the Tasman series named the BT11A.

The BT11 had a 2.7-litre engine.

Most BT11s had a checkered history. Bob Anderson was in a BT11 the DW Enterprise Racing Team were he came third in the 1964 Austrian Grand Prix. The Walker BT11 with Jo Siffert as driver in 1964 came third at the U.S. Grand Prix. Until 1968, BT11 was entered in international events.

Drivers of the BT11 include Chris Amon, Bob Anderson, Joakim Bonnier, Luki Botha, Jack Brabham, Dave Charlton, Fank Gardner, Dan Gurney, Graham Hill, Denis Hulme, Chris Irwin, Hap Sharp, Jo Siffert and John Taylor.

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