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Brabham BT22 1966, Climax engine, Driven by Roger Munns at the Tasman Revival 2008, Eastern Creek, Australia. by Richard Taylor on Wikipedia

Brabham BT22 1966, Climax engine, Driven by Roger Munns at the Tasman Revival 2008, Eastern Creek, Australia. by Richard Taylor on fr.Wikipedia.com

The Brabham BT22 is a racecar built by Brabham Racing and raced in four races of the 1966 season of Formula One.

The car made its debut at the 1966 Monaco Grand Prix.

The car was designed by Ron Tauranac. The engine is an 2,800cc Coventry Climax FPF unit that was mounted longitudinally in the rear of the racecar.

The drivers were Denny Hulme, Joakim Bonnier and Chris Irwin.

Later sold to New Zealand driver Jim Palmer for Tasman series races. Car based on BT11A but with BT19 suspension geometry.

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