Brabham At Zandvoort

Letting the tail hang out under power, Jack Brabham is seen at work in his usual style in the Tarzan corner during the Dutch Grand Prix, Zandvoort, 24th July 1966. He qualified his Repco-Brabham on pole and won handily from Graham Hill and Jim Clark. A truly superb performance. (Photo by Klemantaski Collection/Getty Images)
Letting the tail hang out under power, Jack Brabham is seen at work in his usual style in the Tarzan corner during the Dutch Grand Prix, Zandvoort, 24th July 1966. He qualified his Repco-Brabham on pole and won handily from Graham Hill and Jim Clark. A truly superb performance. (Photo by Klemantaski Collection/Getty Images)
Brabham At Zandvoort
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79853154
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Hulton Archive
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July 24, 1966
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Hulton Archive
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