The Brabham BT34 is a racecar built by Brabham Racing and raced in Formula 1 during the 1971 and 1972 seasons. It only started on single pole, once in twenty races.

The cars made their debut at the 1971 Spanish Grand Prix.

The car was designed by Ron Tauranac. The cars had an aluminium monocoque chassis and a 3.0 litre Ford Cosworth DFV V8 that produces 450 hp at 10,800rpm. The engine was mounted longitudinally at the rear, this was mated to a Hewland gearbox.

The cars had a total weight of 550 kg. They had a wheelbase of 2413 mm, the front track was 1600 mm and the rear track was 1626 mm. They ran on Esso petrol and rode on Goodyear tyres. The drivers were Graham Hill, Wilson Fittipaldi and Carlos Reutemann.

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