Brabham

Brabham BT33

Brabham BT33
Brabham BT33(1)
Brabham BT33(2)

Brabham BT33 from 1970-71 Driven by Jack Brabham

Brabham BT42

Brabham BT42 of Epie Weitzes from the 1974 Canadian Grandprix.


Model shown is a Scalextric Brabham BT44b, the two cars are similar however.

Brabham BT42 of Lella Lombardi from the 1974 British Grandprix.


Model shown is a Scalextric Brabham BT44b, the two cars are similar however.

Brabham BT44b

For 1976 The RAM Racing team used the Brabham BT44b using several different liveries. This one was used by Lella Lombardi and Loris Kessel

Brabham BT44B for Carlos Reutemann from the 1975 Grand Prix Season, where he recorded a race win in Germany.


This livery available for both Carlos Reutemann and Pedro Rodriguez


Model shown is a Scalextric Brabham BT44b

Brabham bt44b-Lavazza(4)
Brabham BT44- Lavazza (2)
Brabham BT44- Lavazza (3)
Brabham BT44- Lavazza (5)

Brabham BT45B

BT46b martini
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For 1978 the Brabham had a new livery and a new driver. Fresh from his title win in 1977 Niki Lauda joined the team bringing the Number One with him. Parmalat also took over as the main sponsor from Martini 


This decal set is 1/32 scale and was designed for the resin body kits produced by DNQ (Simon Brereton on Slotforum).

The Brabham BT45B was the second in the series of 3 BT45 cars and ran the Alfa Romeo engine. During the 19977 season it was driven by Carlos Pace, John Watson and Hans Stuck.  


This decal set is 1/32 scale and was designed for the resin body kits produced by DNQ (Simon Brereton on Slotforum).

BT46b parmalat
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Brabham BT48

Brabham BT48(1)
Brabham BT48

Brabham BT48, designed for the 1979 GP season, it ran with an Alfa Romeo V12 engine and was driven by Niki Lauda and Nelson Piquet


This decal set is 1/32 scale and was designed for the resin body kits produced by DNQ (Simon Brereton on Slotforum)



Brabham BT49

Brabham BT49 from later in the 1978 season.

This set specifically for the MRRC version of this model


Model shown is an MRRC BT49








Brabham BT49 as driven by Niki Lauda in the 1978 GP season prior to his retirement.


Model shown is a Scalextric BT49 C139










MRRC BT49
MRRC Brabham BT49