BT60B-04 is the last Brabham car to race in the Formula 1 series and was world champion Damon Hill's first F1 drive. It was first driven in 1991 by Martin Brundle with a Yamaha V12 at Magny-Cours, Hockenheimring, Hungaroring, Spa, Monza, Estoril, Catalunya, Suzuka and Adelaide with a best finish of 5th at the Japanese Grand Prix. In 1992 it was fitted with a Judd V10 and driven by Giovana Amati in Kayalami, Mexico City and Interlagos and then by Damon Hill in Catalunya, Imola, Montreal, Magny- Cours, Silverstone, Hockenheimring and Hungaroring with a best finish of 11th at the Hungarian Grand Prix . The Brabham Formula One team was closed after that race due to bankruptcy. The car was restored by the previous owner and remains in excellent condition.