Brabham


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Brabham

(ˈbræbəm)
n
(Biography) Sir John Arthur, known as Jack. 1926–2014, Australian motor-racing driver: Formula One world champion 1959, 1960, and 1966
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LBB Properties LLC, a Springfield business headed by Larry Brabham, owns the bowling alley and the neighboring building to the south that is leased to Down To Earth, a home and garden store.
1970: Australian racing driver Jack Brabham enjoyed his 14th and last grand prix win, at South Africa's Kyalami circuit.
Intellectual property specialists Forresters have been appointed to protect the trade mark rights of the famous Brabham motor racing brand.
By the ninth tour Matthew Brabham, who gambled on slick tyres, had carved his way through the field on the drying track and caught the leaders.
Also in yesterday's shoot were Robert Bean in the Brabham BT52 of Nelson Piquet, with which he won the 1983 championship; and Nick Fennell in the Lotus 25, which was driven in 1963 by then world titlist Jim Clark.
Answers: 1 Sweden; 2 Brabham; 3 Eusebio Pedroza; 4 1862; 5 New Zealand.
Ian Brabham pulled one back on 85 minutes to set up a tense finish.
Former Formula One driver David Brabham, who raced with Mr Leslie, said: "David was a great guy.
The true answer for the given year was Jack Brabham.
The track was home to the British Grand Prix during the 1950s and 1960s, and hosted wins by renowned drivers like Stirling Moss and Jack Brabham.
In car 59 will be David Brabham from Australia, Stephane Sarrazin from France and UK driver Darren Turner.
As the sun faded and brought some relief to the overheated crowd, the Bentley trio of Tom Kristensen, Dindo Capello and Guy Smith, who won pole position, had built a convincing lead over stablemates Johnny Herbert, David Brabham and Mark Blundell in second place.