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The famous Brabham BT46B "fancar", designed by Gordon Murray
"...Trying to challenge the Lotus 79 for championship wins in 1978 was another ingenious car, this time developed by Gordon Murray, the Brabham BT46B. Murray, however, decided to use a different working principle in order to create the vacuum effect underneath the car – as the Alfa Romeo engines that powered the BT46 were too wide to permit such an underside designs as the Lotus 79 – by using a giant fan in the rear of the car. Taking the example of the Chaparral 2J &ldq..." Continue Reading →
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