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Brausch Niemann, F1 driver


South African
7 January 1939 (85)
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14th (1963 South African Grand Prix)
15th (1963 South African Grand Prix)
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1963 South African Grand Prix
1965 South African Grand Prix

about Brausch Niemann

Ambraüsus "Brausch" Niemann (born 7 January 1939 in Durban) is a former racing driver from South Africa. He participated in 2 Formula One World Championship Grands Prix in 1963 and 1965, both in his home country, driving a privately entered Lotus. He managed to qualify for the first of these, finishing 14th and scoring no championship points.

After success in Formula Junior in the mid-1960s, Niemann switched to enduro motor cycle racing, winning the South African championship in 1979.

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1965 Dave Charlton
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