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Brabham

Sir John Arthur, known as Jack. born 1926, Australian motor-racing driver: world champion 1959, 1960, and 1966
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But McNish soon put Brabham back in his place, leading the open-topped Audi R8s back into the top three in the searing heat.
Fire officials have been working to determine a cause ever since, with the help of private fire investigators, hired by the insurance companies of both Thomason and Brabham.
Since it was revived two years ago, the Gold Cup has become a mecca for classic car enthusiasts and motorsport fans alike, attracting many of the sport's past masters such as Jackie Stewart, Brabham, Derek Bell and Moss himself, in the process.
The two Glenda Jackson caricatures and two Jack Brabham prints are from only 50 available anywhere in the world, giving them great collectable value.
The Jack Brabham Story is published on April 22 by Pavillion,price pounds 30, and worth every single penny.
In rehabilitation, the evaluation staff conference is a well-established and essential model of group behavior and decision-making (Couch & Brabham, 1970; Nadolsky & Brewer, 1977).
Building owner Larry Brabham, who also owns the adjacent building leased to the Down to Earth home and garden store, spoke with fire officials and insurance adjusters at the site Thursday.
9 driver's Marc Gene of Spain with teammate Alexander Wurz of Austria and David Brabham of Australia celebrate with their trophies after the 77th edition of the Le Mans 24 Hours endurance race yesterday
A 1935 MG R-Type single-seater racecar fetched a similar amount and a former Jack Brabham 1968 BT31 Grand Prix car raised pounds 103,200, with a 1951 Peirce MG F2 single-seater fetching pounds 53,750.
The Jack Brabham Story Doug Nye Overdue account of this popular racing driver of the '50s and '60s, the first to be knighted for his services to motorsport.
A WARWICKSHIRE motor dealer will be racing his historic car alongside Sir Stirling Moss, Jack Brabham and Johnny Herbert next month.
Commuter Peter Brabham, a science lecturer at Cardiff University travelling to work from Penarth, said he was stuck on a train with 90 others for an hour and ten minutes.