The P160E was the final evolution of the BRM P160 model designed by Tony Southgate in 1971. P160E appeared in the 1973 and also was used in the 1974 Formula One season before being replaced by new P201. French motor oil company Motul backed the works team in 1974, and the squad was renamed as Team Motul BRM. French influence resulted in the drivers lineup consisted of three French musketeers – Jean-Pierre Beltoise, Henri Pescarolo and Francois Migault. Beltoise was most successful among them and scored all 10 points for the team in 1974, including last BRM podium in F1 in the South African Grand Prix, the debut race for P201. Pescsrolo’s best was 9th place in Argentina, and Migault finished 14th in France as his highest season placing. Team used dark green livery in Argentina and Brazil, first two rounds of the championship, before switching to combination of pale green and silver colors for the remainder of the year.
|Henri Pescarolo||15||Team Motul BRM|