Geoff Brabham
Geoff Brabham has a blood connection to Sebring from his elementary school days. On Dec 19, 1959 his father Jack – now Sir Jack – pushed his works Cooper T-51 across the Sebring finish line to take fourth place earning three World Championship points in the first F1 Grand Prix of the United States. That good enough to win the first of his three Formula 1 World Championship titles.
Geoff Brabham

Geoff was the first of the three Brabham sons to race in the 12 Hours of Sebring. In 1989 he made his Sebring debut with a pole position and first overall taking Nissan’s turbo GTP-ZXT to a two-lap victory.

In ’91 Geoff and brother David scored another Sebring 12 Hour win with Nissan’s NPT-9. At Daytona Geoff logged the first installment of his 36 hours of Florida victory racing a Group C Nissan R90C to second overall and the Le Mans class victory in the Sunbank 24.

His victory in the 1993 24 Hours of Le Mans (for Peugeot) crowns a career that also includes the 1979 SCCA Super Vee Championship, a quartet of IMSA GTP Championships (1988, ’89, ’90 and ’91) the 1981 Can-Am Championship, ten Indy 500 appearances and 86 starts in the CART Indy Car Championship from 1981 through 1983. As if to prove his remarkable and consistent versatility Geoff won the 2-liter class winner in the Bathurst 1000 in 1997.

Six starts and one victory in the 24 Hours of Daytona and back-to-back wins in the rugged 12 Hours of Sebring mark Geoff as one of the brightest stars in IMSA’s legendary GTP era.

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