1968 Brabham BT25

1968 Brabham BT25

The Brabham BT25 was a single-seater racing car that was used in the 1968 and 1969 USAC Championship.

Only two BT25 were built in 1968, the cars were the first Brabham car to feature a tubular chassis reinforced with stressed aluminium panels to meet the requirement of bag-type fuel tanks. The cars were powered by a 4.2-litre Repco V8 engine.

The cars were driven in 1968 by Jack Brabham, Jochen Rindt and Masten Gregory, and also by Brabham and Peter Revson in 1969, Revson also won a USAC race at Indianapolis Raceway Park in July 1969.

In the 500-mile race at Indianapolis in 1969 Peter Revson came fifth.

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