The Brabham name is at least aristocratic if not full-blown royalty in the Automotive world, so it seemed entirely fitting when David, son of the patriarch Sir Jack, announced his eponymous car last year. This was no Heath Robinson garden shed whim but a state-of-the-art thoroughbred with outlandish performance. Now we will find out if that racer DNA flows through the car, as it will be racing at Le Mans this year. Not only that, but a road-legal version can be specially ordered.
Racing dynasty: Brabham
Brabham Automobile's new vehicle will be put to the test at le Mans