These simulation rigs are virtually incredible.
Brabham has been a name in motorsport since 1948, and that name has created moments that will likely never be replicated or forgotten, as Sir Jack Brabham is a three-time F1 world champion, and even more incredibly, the only person ever to do it in a car that he built himself.
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Now, a glorious tribute to this incredible motorsport history comes in the form of three limited-edition simulation rigs created in collaboration with Base Performance Simulators. The first is the BT19, named and finished in green and gold to represent the car that Jack Brabham used to win his third F1 World Championship and the only one that any driver has won with their own car. The second is BT46B, a red, white, and blue Brabham car from 1978, which was only able to race once due to its body design drawing the attention of the FIA’s rule-makers. The final simulator is based on the blue and white BT52 of 1983, which Nelson Piquet drove to win his second World Championship. These limited edition simulators not only celebrate the heritage of Brabham Racing but also exemplify the best in racing simulation. BPS was founded by racing driver Darren Turner, who won back-to-back Le Mans victories with David Brabham, owner of Brabham Racing, in 2007 and 2008.
These simulators cost £24,990, which is a price that you will pay for a limited edition piece of incredible e-sports equipment, as well as a piece of motorsport heritage for your home, enjoyed by professional drivers and enthusiasts alike.