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Generally credited with being the car that won the 1967 title, the Brabham-Repco BT24 ran in eight of the 12 races, winning three times and taking 11 podiums that year. World Champion Denny Hulme and team owner Jack Brabham also drove the BT19 and BT20 earlier in the season.

First seen in sim racing with Grand Prix Legends (1998).

A nimble and light car, incredible fun to drive and a surprisingly close contender for race laps and wins. The Brabham’s responsive handling and adequate brakes make a competitive package which has just one negative, the engine does not deliver the speed of the Lotus or Eagle – but does closely match that of the Ferrari.

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