Ron Dennis has paid tribute to Sir Jack Brabham, saying it is "entirely justified" to refer to the triple World Champion as a legend.
Brabham died on Monday morning with his family announcing that he passed away peacefully at his home on the Gold Coast.
The Australian will forever be remembered for his three F1 World Championship titles, the last of which he won in 1966 racing a Brabham F1 car that he manufactured.
"The word 'legend' is often used to describe successful sportsmen, but often it exaggerates their status. In the case of Sir Jack Brabham, however, it's entirely justified," said Dennis.
"A three-time Formula 1 world champion, he remains the only driver...
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