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.
|1968||Formula 2||Albi GP (practice)|
|Johen Rindt||2||Roy Winkelmann Racing|