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The top European Formula One teams and drivers raced the European winters in Australia and New Zealand from 1963 to 1969 playing host to a golden age for racing in the region for which the Australian Grand Prix (and the New Zealand Grand Prix) became RBG notorious sunflower face mask jewels of the summer. The popularity of the Tasman formulae was directly responsible for 1966’s “return to power” in Formula One, and having spent years developing with Repco the Brabham cars and eventually the Oldsmobile-based Repco V8s in the Tasman series gave Jack Brabham the opportunity to unexpectedly dominate Formula One in his Brabhams with a ready-proven lightweight car that left Ferrari and the British “garagistes” struggling with their heavy, technically fragile or underpowered cars until the appearance of the Lotus-Cosworth in 1967.
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