Gary Brabham

Gary Brabham

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Gary Brabham (born 29 March 1961 in Wimbledon, London) is a former professional racing driver from Australia and a British Formula 3000 champion.

Racing career

Brabham raced in Australian Formula Ford (1982), two seasons in British Formula Ford 2000, three seasons in British Formula Three (runner-up in 1988 with four wins) and won the first season of British Formula 3000 in 1989. He also entered odd races in other categories including the 1987 Bathurst 1000 in a BMW. In 1988 he won the Scottish Superprix.

He failed to qualify for two Formula One grands prix with the troubled Life project, before he quit the team. He later raced in sportscars winning the 1991 12 Hours of Sebring with brother Geoff in a factory prepared Nissan sports car. Brabham became a regular in the Australian Touring Car endurance scene, particularly at the Bathurst 1000 racing Fords for Tony Longhurst Racing and Allan Moffat Racing. He later raced in CART, becoming the first Australian driver to race the Gold Coast Indycar street race before retiring from racing in 1995 to teach advanced driver training.

He is best known for being the son of Formula 1 World Champion Jack Brabham. His two brothers, Geoff and David also pursued professional racing careers as has his nephew Matthew.

Racing record

Career summary

Complete International Formula 3000 results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Racesin italics indicate fastest lap)

Complete Formula One results


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