The Brabham car for the 1967 season was designed by Ron Tauranac based on previous season winning BT20 and Formula 2 light and compact BT23. The car had fibreglass body on tubular steel space frame chassis chassis – Tauranac still preferred space frame while other Formula One designers shifted to monococque chassis. The power was provided by entirely new Repco 740 engine. The car appeared at Dutch Grand Prix, while first three races of the Championship Jack Brabham and Denny Hulme have started on BT20. Danny Hulme from New Zeeland won in BT24 in Monaco and Germany and took the Championship due to his great consistency throughout the whole season. His teammate Jack Brabham, won in France and Canada and took the second position in the Drivers’ Champoinship, 5 points behind Denny Hulme. See also model of BT24 driven by Hulme from RBA Collection.
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