The P201 was the last BRM car raced in the World Championship. The car was used in the 1974 and 1975 seasons and in P201B specification in 1976 and 1977. The P201 featured a triangular monocoque, hip-level radiators, outboard front springs and inboard brakes. The power unit was 3.0 liters V12 BRM engine. In 1975 British driver Mike Wilds competed in first two rrounds of the season, and retired in both races. Starting from South African Grand Prix Wilds was replaced by British driver Bob Evans, former Formula 3 and Formula 5000 driver and winner of the 1974 Rothmans 5000 European Championship. His best finish of the season was 9th position in the Belgian Grand Prix.
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