Brabham Automotive has delivered the first competition version of its BT62 track car to a customer team in the UK, having been impacted minimally during the coronavirus lockdown.
The car will compete in this year’s Britcar Endurance Championship with Horsepower Racing with Ross Wylie and team owner Paul Bailey handling the driving duties.
Dubbed “the world’s most track focused hypercar,” only 70 BT62s are set to be built, with the original track car version, Competition racing version, and a road variant available.
Horsepower Racing’s BT62 Competition is the first to make it into customer’s hands, with further cars set to follow for series in Europe, Australia, and New Zealand once restrictions are eased and deliveries are easier to carry out.
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