Tulln-Langenlebarn, 16 Jul 1967
|1||Jochen Rindt||Brabham BT23  - Cosworth FVA
#8 Roy Winkelmann Racing (see note 1)
|2||Jack Brabham||Brabham BT23 [2?] - Cosworth FVA
#1 Motor Racing Developments (see note 2)
|3||Jean-Pierre Beltoise||Matra MS5  - Cosworth FVA
#17 Matra Sports
|4||Frank Gardner||Brabham BT23  - Cosworth FVA
#2 Motor Racing Developments (see note 3)
|5||Jacky Ickx||Matra MS7  - Cosworth FVA
#16 Matra International
|6||Graham Hill||Lotus 48 [R2?] - Cosworth FVA
#4 Team Lotus (see note 4)
|7||Chris Irwin||Lola T100 [SL100/6] - Cosworth FVA
#12 Lola Racing (see note 5)
|8||Johnny Servoz-Gavin||Matra MS5  - Cosworth FVA
#18 Matra Sports
|9||Piers Courage||McLaren M4A [M4A/2] - Cosworth FVA
#19 John Coombs (see note 6)
|10||Alan Rollinson||Cooper T84 [F2-1-67] - Cosworth FVA
#10 Bob Gerard - Cooper Racing
|11||Alan Rees||Brabham BT23  - Cosworth FVA
#9 Roy Winkelmann Racing (see note 7)
|12||Walter Habegger||Lotus 41C [41C-FL-29] - Ford twin cam
#15 Midland Racing Team
|13||Ian Raby||Brabham BT14 [FL-7-65] - Ford twin cam
#20 Ian Raby Racing (see note 8)
|14||Jackie Oliver||Lotus 41B [41B-FL-30] - Cosworth FVA
#5 Lotus Components Ltd
|15||John Cardwell||Cooper T82 [F2-1-66] - Cosworth FVA
#15 Bob Gerard - Cooper Racing (see note 9)
|16||Paul Blum||Brabham BT10 [F2-13-64] - Ford twin cam
#14 Midland Racing Team (see note 10)
|17||Bruno Frey||Brabham BT18 [BT16 F2-33-65] - Ford twin cam
#21 Midland Racing Team (see note 11)
|18||Robin Widdows||Brabham BT23  - Cosworth FVA
#6 Team Lotus (see note 12)
|19||Jim Clark||Lotus 48 [R3?] - Cosworth FVA
#3 Midland Racing Team (see note 13)
|DNQ||Gerhard Krammer||Brabham BT9 [F3-7-64] - Ford twin cam
#22 ASC Scharttner-Bombe (see note 14)
|Did not qualify|
|T/S||Jacky Ickx||Matra MS5  - Cosworth FVA
#16 Matra International
|(Spare - not used in practice)|
All cars are 1.6-litre F2 unless noted.
|1||Jean-Pierre Beltoise||(F2) 1.6-litre Matra MS5  - Cosworth FVA|
|2||Jack Brabham||(F2) 1.6-litre Brabham BT23 [2?] - Cosworth FVA|
|3||Jim Clark||(F2) 1.6-litre Lotus 48 [R3?] - Cosworth FVA|
|4||Jochen Rindt||(F2) 1.6-litre Brabham BT23  - Cosworth FVA|
|5||Jacky Ickx||(F2) 1.6-litre Matra MS7  - Cosworth FVA|
|6||Johnny Servoz-Gavin||(F2) 1.6-litre Matra MS5  - Cosworth FVA|
|7||Chris Irwin||(F2) 1.6-litre Lola T100 [SL100/6] - Cosworth FVA|
|8||Frank Gardner||(F2) 1.6-litre Brabham BT23  - Cosworth FVA|
|9||Graham Hill||(F2) 1.6-litre Lotus 48 [R2?] - Cosworth FVA|
|10||Piers Courage||(F2) 1.6-litre McLaren M4A [M4A/2] - Cosworth FVA|
|11||Alan Rees||(F2) 1.6-litre Brabham BT23  - Cosworth FVA|
|12||John Cardwell||(F2) 1.6-litre Cooper T82 [F2-1-66] - Cosworth FVA|
|13||Robin Widdows||(F2) 1.6-litre Brabham BT23  - Cosworth FVA|
|14||Jackie Oliver||(F2) 1.6-litre Lotus 41B [41B-FL-30] - Cosworth FVA|
|15||Alan Rollinson||(F2) 1.6-litre Cooper T84 [F2-1-67] - Cosworth FVA|
|16||Walter Habegger||(F2) 1.6-litre Lotus 41C [41C-FL-29] - Ford twin cam|
|17||Ian Raby||(F2) 1.6-litre Brabham BT14 [FL-7-65] - Ford twin cam|
|18||Bruno Frey||(F2) 1.6-litre Brabham BT18 [BT16 F2-33-65] - Ford twin cam|
|19||Paul Blum||(F2) 1.6-litre Brabham BT10 [F2-13-64] - Ford twin cam|
Notes on the cars:
- Brabham BT23  (Jochen Rindt): Roy Winkelmann Racing for Jochen Rindt in F2 in 1967, winning nine races that season. Also for Gijs van Lennep as a Roy Winkelmann Racing Team Holland entry at Zandvoort that July. Then used by Denny Hulme for the 1968 Tasman series but crashed at Pukekohe. Feo Stanton and Alex Mildren bought the wreck which went, less suspension, to Bob Britton in Australia who used it to make a jig for a 'Rorstan' for Stanton, a 'Mildren' for Alex Mildren and his own series of Rennmax BN3 cars. The BT23 frame later passed to Graham Hepburn and then to Denis Lupton (Melbourne) 1981 who also bought the suspension, by then with Les Sargent. Sold to George Goodare (Sydney, NSW) 1983 - Jean-Marie Muller (France) 2008 . Involved in an accident at Reims in 2010 and reported to be damaged by fire. Subsequent history unknown.
- Brabham BT23 [2?] (Jack Brabham): Motor Racing Developments entry for Denny Hulme in 1967 and probably the car used by Jack Brabham for a few races in July and August after his usual car was sold to Mick Mooney. Then raced by Frank Gardner in September. It was then taken to the Tasman series for Denny Hulme to drive after he had wrecked BT23-5 at Pukekohe. The BT23 was then advertised by Frank Williams in early April and sold by him to Ernesto 'Tino' Brambilla in Italy. Brambilla raced it as a Scuderia Picchio Rosso entry at Tulln-Langenlebarn in July 1968, but was then recruited by Ferrari to drive the F2 Dino 166, and his BT23 was only seen once more that season, when driven by Enzo Corti at Vallelunga in October. Corti drove the car for Scuderia Picchio Rosso right through the 1969 season, and it was then raced a few times in early 1970 by Vittorio Brambilla, Tino's younger brother. In 1970, the car had BT30 sidepods and wings. Its last appearance was in July 1970, after which the brothers bought new Brabham BT30s. The next steps in the car's life remains unclear, but it is said to have been acquired by Antonio Bernardo (Lugano, Switzerland) some time in the early 1970s. An original claim that Bernardo acquired it directly from the Winkelmann Racing at the end of the 1967 season appears to have been a misunderstanding. He stored it unused "for over 30 years". It was bought from Bernardo in 2006, and restored between 2006 and 2010. Paint layers on the bodywork match the colours used by MRD and Corti, and the double-rollhoop also matches Corti's car, but some questions remain unanswered about this car as of February 2023.
- Brabham BT23  (Frank Gardner): Motor Racing Developments entry for Frank Gardner in 1967. To Squadra Tartaruga for Xavier Perrot (Zürich, Switzerland) to race in F2 in 1968. Retained early 1969 but damaged at Nürburgring 27 April by a Porsche landing on top of it. Sold via Jo Siffert in 1969 to Jacques Joliat (Porrentruy, Switzerland) who raced it in French and Swiss hillclimbs in 1970 and 1971, before replacing the FVA with a FVC for 1972. Unknown in 1973 and 1974, then to Michel Salvi (Malbuisson, France) and raced with a 1300cc Renault Gordini engine in 1975 and 1976. To Alain Ribager (Mulhouse, Alsace, France) in 1977, and raced by him until 1979. In 1980, Daniel Coquet raced a 1300cc Brabham a few times, and advertised it in October that year as a BT23 with 1300cc Renault engine. Then in 1981 and 1982, Jean-Pierre Mutel raced a Renault-engined BT23 which is very probably the same car. Found by Gérard Gamand in 1984 near Valence, France with March bodywork but still with a Renault engine. To Michel Champelovier 1989 then 'Hollinger' then Thierry De Mortier by 2006. To Max Pearson (Queensland, Australia) 2010.
- Lotus 48 [R2?] (Graham Hill): Graham Hill's regular Team Lotus entry in Formula 2 in 1967, raced by him in 16 of that season's races. Retained for 1968, when it was entered by Gold Leaf Team Lotus for Hill in a further eight F2 races. Sold to Gerry Kinnane's Team Ireland for 1969, and raced by John Pollock in the Thruxton F2 race in April and then in Irish 1600cc racing. Sold to Kevin Murphy in 1970 for Frank Keane to drive in Irish libre racing, primarily at Mondello Park, and in hillclimbs. Traded to Bobby Howlings for a Brabham BT30 in September 1970, and advertised by him the following month. Then evidently to Beric Ewin (Finchley, London) and fitted with a Ford twin cam engine for the new Formula Atlantic category in 1971 and 1972. Then unknown until acquired by a private collector in the late 1970s.
- Lola T100 [SL100/6] (Chris Irwin): New for John Surtees to drive for Lola Racing at Mallory Park in May 1967, fitted with a Cosworth FVA engine. Surtees won at Mallory, and the next race at Zolder. This was then the team's main FVA car, as SL100/2 had been rebuilt in narrow-track form, and SL100/4 had been sold to David Bridges. Raced by Chris Irwin from July onwards, then by Andrea de Adamich at Enna. Raced by Irwin in F2 in early 1968, but after Irwin was badly injured in sports car race in May, the T100 was sold to Escuderia Nacional CS to replace SL100/8 that had been wrecked by Alex Soler-Roig. Raced by Soler-Roig for the rest of the 1968 season. To John Watson (Craigavad, County Down, Northern Ireland) and fitted with a Ford twin cam for local libre racing in 1969. To Dave Furlong (Dublin, Ireland) for 1970, then to John Burke (Dublin) for 1971. It was raced by Richie Conroy for Burke in 1972, then by Burke again in libre racing in 1973. Advertised by Burke, still with Ford twin cam engine and Hewland FT200 gearbox, in November 1973. Subsequent history unknown, but said by a later owner to have been owned by Bob Eccles (Oldbury, West Midland) in the late 1970s. If that is correct, it would be the second T100 that Eccles acquired as a source of spares for his main car. It is then believed to be the car raced by Pat Speer in HSCC events in 1985. Ted Walker then had two Lola T100s, probably the two ex-Eccles cars, and one remained in pieces while he had them, logically this one. According to a later Bonhams sale description, this car was owned by Speer in the 1970s, and was acquired by Louis Bernat (Chicago, IL) in 1989. Bernat died in 1997, and the car was advertised by his son Robert Bernat (Chicago, IL) in 2005, bought by Paul Busby, and returned to England. Sold at the Bonhams Brooklands auction in December 2011 to Robs Lamplough, but later sold back to Busby in 2015.
- McLaren M4A [M4A/2] (Piers Courage): Entered by John Coombes for Piers Courage in F2 in 1967. Crashed at Brands Hatch in August 1967 and believed to have been rebuilt on a new tub before its next race at Albi four weeks later, but Autosport makes no mention of a rebuild nor of it being a new car. Raced by Piers Courage in the 1968 Tasman series. Sold to Niel Allen and raced in Australian events in 1968 until Allen crashed heavily at Lakeside in July, reportedly requiring another new tub to be fabricated. Raced again by Allen in 1969, then to Pat Burke for drivers Len Goodwin 1970-71 and Warwick Brown 1971. Sold by Burke and Peter Malloy to Erol Richardson but bought back by Pat Burke around 1982. Restored by Molloy for Burke and retained until sold to John Hugenholtz. To David Coplowe (England) by 1994. Raced in the HSCC Historic Formula Racing Car Championship in 1995. Raced by Coplowe until 2010, and sold to Gareth Williams (Oxfordshire) in 2012.
- Brabham BT23  (Alan Rees): Roy Winkelmann Racing for Alan Rees in F2 1967. To Walter Habegger (Oberönz, Switzerland) 1968 for Swiss championship events. To Gérard Pillon (Geneva, Switzerland) 1969 and used in Swiss national events and French hillclimbs. (Although one source gives this as the car of Enzo Corti at Rheims and Albi in 1969, that identification looks highly doubtful.) Crashed at Côte de la Faucille on 7 September and not seen again. In 2009, Walter Habegger recalled that Pillon had an accident in the car and that it was badly damaged.
- Brabham BT14 [FL-7-65] (Ian Raby): Bought new by Jackie Epstein for 1965 and used in both Formule Libre (with a Ford twin cam) and Formula 2 (with a Cosworth SCA). Sold at the end of the season to Ian Raby (Brighton, Sussex) who raced it in November 1965 and then in F2 through 1966. Converted back to its Ford twin cam engine for 1967 and continued in F2 up to Zandvoort in July when Raby suffered the injuries from which he later died. The BT14 was rebuilt and Tony Barchou of Ian Raby Racing in 1968 and then, as a BT14/18, in rounds of the European F5000 series in 1969. Engine and transmission sold to Alan Jones and rolling chassis to Rob 'Tiny' Littler but he did not use it and eventually sold it to a collector in California. Nothing further known until a car with this claimed history owned by Don Orosco (Monterey, CA) c1995. Subsequently via John Zuppan (Portland, OR) and Jim Schnell (Seattle, WA) to Jonathan Burke (San Francisco, CA) early 2005.
- Cooper T82 [F2-1-66] (John Cardwell): Run by Bob Gerard as a quasi-works F2 team in 1966 for driver Bob Anderson, but also raced by Mike Beckwith towards the end of the season. Rebuilt with a Ford twin cam for the new 1600cc F2 in 1967 and driven by Beckwith, Peter Gethin, Alan Rollinson and others. Presumably this is the car that was next seen in 1969 when fitted with its original Cosworth SCA engine and being raced in hillclimbs by Donald L. Gray (Rotherham, South Yorkshire). Gray continued to pick up class award with this car into 1972. Subsequent history unknown but a "ex-Rollinson, ex-Gethin" Cooper T82 was raced by Ronnie Haines with a Ford twin cam engine in FORCE races in 2003 and in HSCC racing since then.
- Brabham BT10 [F2-13-64] (Paul Blum): Walter Habegger (Oberönz, Switzerland) bought a Brabham late in 1964 and used it in Formula 3. However, photographs show that his F3 car was a BT10, not a BT9 as had been supposed. He converted the car to 1600cc Ford twin-cam power and used it in Swiss National events in 1965 but it is likely to have been the car he also used in selected F3 events. Habegger acquired a new BT16 later in 1965 but the BT10 was retained as part of his Midland Racing Team in 1966 and raced once by Arnold Seiler at Payerne in June and later in the year by Paul Blum (Frick, Switzerland). Raced in Swiss events and in minor F2 events by Blum in 1967, at which point it was identified as F2-13-64. Then to Willy Schöni (Konolfingen, Switzerland) for 1968, retaining its twin cam engine, and then to Charles Riesen (Bern) for 1969. Then via George Hedinger to Gebrüder Messerli who retained it for over 30 years. Bought by Raphaël Weber (Corgémont, Switzerland) in 2005 and restored, appearing in historic events since 2011.
- Brabham BT18 [BT16 F2-33-65] (Bruno Frey): New to Walter Habegger (Oberönz, Switzerland) in March 1966, fitted with a 1600cc Lotus-Ford twin cam and entered by Midland Racing Team for Habegger in Swiss national events. To Bruno Frey (Horw, Switzerland) for 1967 and raced in Swiss events plus selected Formula 2 races, still as part of Midland Racing Team. To Paul Blum (Frick, Switzerland) for 1968, and again used in Swiss national events and run for him by Midland Racing Team. To Kurt Buess (Gelterkinden, Switzerland) for 1969 and 1970, then to Georges Hedinger for 1971. The car went to Fritz Messerli for 1972 but was stored until sold to Raphael Weber in 2006. Weber sold it in June 2011 to Gerald Ludwig (Krefeld, Germany), who restored it to original condition. Run for the first time at the Brabham revival meeting at Reims, France, in September 2016.
- Brabham BT23  (Robin Widdows): 1967 Whitley Racing Services for Robin Widdows. Sold at the end of the 1967 season to Mitsubishi Motors and shipped to Japan. May have been used by Kouichi Satou in 1973 and Masaru Tanaka in 1975
- Lotus 48 [R3?] (Jim Clark): Entered by Lotus Components Ltd for Jackie Oliver at the opening race of the 1967 season, and then taken over by Jim Clark for Pau, Montjuich Park and Nürburgring, qualifying on pole position each time and winning at Montjuich. Clark generally preferred chassis R1 thereafter, and R3 was raced by Pedro Rodriguez at Reims, Moises Solana at Jarama, and then by Oliver again at the Nürburgring in August, at Brands Hatch and at Vallelunga in October. The car was damaged at Vallelunga but not badly, and why it was not seen again is unclear. It has been suggested that the car was rebuilt on a longer monocoque over the winter to become chassis R4.
- Brabham BT9 [F3-7-64] (Gerhard Krammer): The early history of Brabham BT9 F3-7-64 is currently unknown. Until 2013, it was believed to have been the car raced by Walter Habegger in F3 in 1964 and 1965 but photographs have now shown that Habegger's F3 car was a BT10. The first certain owner of F3-7-64 was Richard Gerin (Vienna, Austria) who had an Austrian Wagenpass issued for the car in July 1966. He sold it to Gerhard Krammer (Sollenau, Austria) and Krammer raced it in Austrian hill climb events in 1967 when it was fitted with a 1.6-litre - Ford twin cam engine and entered by ASC-Schartner Bombe, a brand of lemonade. For 1968, Krammer upgraded to the ex-Natalie Goodwin Brabham BT18 and the history of the BT9 is then unknown until it was sold by Fritz Zottl to Burkhard List (Bad Erlach, Austria). List did nothing with the car and it was eventually passed to dealer Christophe Pund of Le Galerie des Damiers (Cassel, France). Pund sold the car to Bruce Mansell (Chatswood, NSW, Australia) in 2007.
The identification of individual cars in these results is based on the material presented elsewhere in this site and may in some cases contradict the organisers' original results.