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David Brabham Leads Sir Jack Tribute At Zandvoort

Thousands of fans turned out for the Historic Grand Prix at Circuit Park Zandvoort this weekend and were treated to a special appearance from David Brabham who demonstrated the 1967 Brabham BT24 complete with a recreation of Sir Jack Brabham‘s tongue-in-cheek walk on to the grid that he did in 1966. Sir Jack Brabham took two victories at the Dutch Grand Prix during his career, the first in 1960 and then again in 1966 – two of his championship winning years. The weekend also marked David's return to the circuit for the first time since his 1988 Opel Lotus outing. The re-enactment of the grid walk, complete with false beard and walking stick, saw the start of a 100+ strong...
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