Eberhard Rank, 28.05.1960 Monaco


Britannia – Andrew Taylor


More information will be available soon.


Brabham BT2 – John Dowson

Brabham BT2 chassis FJ-8-62

1962 – Frank Gardner
1963 – Len Deaton
1964 – Barry Collerson (features in his book ‘Mount Druitt to Monza’)
1965 – Kevin Pinkstone
1969 – John Mellen
1972 – Peter Taylor and Brian Morrow
1973 – John Hilliar
1977 – Spencer Bates
1980 – Tony Galletly
1982 – Bryan Miller
1991 – Tony Moodie
1992 – Ken Hastings
2001 – John Streets
2003 – David Zurlinden
2009 – John Dowson



Brabham BT6 – Marc Amez-Droz


Brabham BT6 – Emanule Benedini


Brabham BT6 – Bob Birrell

Brabham BT6 – David Brown

Brabham BT6 – Chris Drake

Brabham BT6 – Piero Enrico Tonetti


Nadeau Bourgeault 1961

Car history

Nadeau Bourgeault built the car in 1959. He built it for himself as a rolling laboratory and testbed. Bourgeault could keep up with Lotus 18s back in the day, but things changed rapidly and the car became obsolete. He only built this one car to the Junior Formula. Later, Nick Reynolds of the Kingston Trio musical group raced the car. Reynolds funded Bourgeault to build a “Mark II” formula car he drove in Formula C with considerable success. There are two or three surviving Mark II cars, usually in Formula B trim. The Bourgeault Formula Junior is a one-off. Simon Favre, the current owner, bought the car at the end of 1993 through Fantasy Junction. Simon’s first race was in 1994. He made the cover of “The Wheel” taking the car through SCCA Drivers’ School.

Car specs

  • Tube frame with semi-stressed lower panels and belly pan, Aluminum bodywork
  • Fiat 1100 engine with 7 port head converted to 8 ports, NOS Mondial pistons, Elgin cam
  • VW/Porsche split-case transaxle with double jointed Spicer half shafts and a low-pivot swing axle of Bourgeault design
  • Weber DCO 3 carbs (2x) on Alfa Romeo 750 Veloce soft mounts
  • Sprite/Midget steering rack with rack extenders for bump steer, and anti-Ackerman steering arms
  • Fiat Drum brakes and front spindles, Borrani wire wheels

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There were only 2 Bond cars built at Loxwood. The car is named after Lawrie Bond who completed only 1 car for racing competition which raced in 1963 and was driven by Chris Featherstone, this car also appeared at the 1968 Monoposto.