Formula One and racing legend Sir Jack Brabham has died at the age of 88. Brabham won three world championships in 1959, 1960 and 1966, and his final title remains the only one to have been won by a driver in a car bearing his own name.
He originally moved to England in the mid-1950s from Australia to make his F1 debut at the 1955 British Grand Prix in a rear-engined Cooper. After 7 race wins and two world championships he left to form his own team. In total his career lasted from 1955 to 1970, with 126 Grand Prix starts and 14 wins. Even in his final racing season he took a win in South Africa.
The championship winning Repco V8 powered Brabham features in this great clip of a 1978 demonstration run with fellow legend Juan Manuel Fangio.