The BT23 (1967) and BT23C (1967-68) was the Brabham model raced in Formula B, Tasman Series and in Formula 2 in 1967-68. The differences between various specifications were minimal. It featured the space-frame chassis, 200-plus bhp Cosworth FVA engine and Hewland FT200 gearbox. Johen Rindt dominated the 1967-68 European F2 seasons in Roy Winkelmann Racing Brabhams, winning nine of 15 races in a BT23 and six from twelve starts in BT23C, but as a graded driver he could not claim the Championship. The scale model represents the car driven by Rindt in practice for the non-championship F2 Albi  Grand Prix, where the team experimented with the rear wing. The wing tried by Rind could be nominated the most grotesquely oversized rear wings of all time.

1968Formula 2Albi GP (practice)
Driver No.Entrant
Johen Rindt2Roy Winkelmann Racing
Scale ManufacturerCollection
Cat. No.QualityRarity
319 of 500 pcs. Limited Edition