Manfredo Rossi. Crowned 2014 F1 champion
Manfredo Rossi Di Montelera set out with the goal of winning the Masters Historic FIA Formula 1 pre 78’ championship in 2014 with his Martini Racing Liveried Brabham BT42.
Manfredo was never going to be able to compete in every championship round so reliability and a good result at every event was essential.To this end a great deal of time was spent in preventative maintenance to minimise the risk of any mechanical failure.
The Brabham BT42 has been retired for now, making way for Manfredo’s Lotus 80 to join the field for some races in 2015.