Banbury, Oxfordshire, UK - Sunday 9 November, 2014

David Brabham Blog: Winning Is In My Mind

I remember when I was a young boy, perhaps 12-14 years of age, sitting on a chair watching the cricket at my parent’s farm in Australia watching Australia v West Indies, my two favourite teams at the time. I was a big fan of cricket back then and I was absorbed in the game because I used to play it a lot, so I was feeling happy in one way, but not in another. Why the other? I had something hanging over me that was unsettling me and I remember it like it was yesterday.

Banbury, Oxfordshire, UK – Friday 7 November, 2014

Brabham Racing Aims To Inspire Next Generation of Young Engineers

Brabham, one of the most successful and iconic names in motorsport history, has released details about how it aims to inspire a new generation of engineers while highlighting the raft of career opportunities in motorsport through its Brabham-Engineer web application.

Banbury, Oxfordshire, UK - Friday 31 October, 2014

Sir Jack Brabham Memorial: A Letter From FIA President, Jean Todt

Regretfully unable to attend the Sir Jack Brabham Memorial on Friday 24 October at Silverstone, FIA President Jean Todt sent this letter to the Brabham family.

Banbury, Oxfordshire, UK – Friday 31 October, 2014

Project Brabham Community Votes To Extend Crowdfunding Phase

The Project Brabham community has unanimously voted to continue the crowdfunding campaign to resurrect the iconic Brabham Racing team for another two weeks. The first phase of David Brabham’s new model for sustainable motorsport was due to conclude this Saturday, but will now continue until midnight (PST) on Saturday 15 November. 

Banbury, Oxfordshire, UK – Thursday 30 October, 2014

David Brabham Blog: What’s The Trouble With F1?

When I arrived in the UK from Australia to start my professional motorsports career in 1988/9, there seemed to be a fairly healthy appetite from corporates to sponsor motorsport. I was in a team sponsored by Camel cigarettes racing in Vauxhall Lotus, which was a free drive in Europe. Then, in F3 the following year, I was driving for Bowman Racing which was sponsored by Jewson and so also a free drive, racing against teams sponsored by Marlboro, Cellnet, Uniden and we had live primetime TV on the BBC. After F3 I went straight to F1 with Brabham and I was paid to drive. There were sponsors throughout F3, F3000, Sportscars and F1.