Brabham BT44B (Martini Racing)
  • Brabham BT44B (Martini Racing)
  • Brabham BT44B (Martini Racing)
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  • Brabham BT-44
  • Brabham BT-44
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  • 1974 Brabham BT42
  • 1974 Brabham BT42
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  • 1974 Brabham BT42 and a 1973 Arrows A4
  • 1974 Brabham BT42 and a 1973 Arrows A4
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  • Masters Historic Racing Festival - Brands Hatch
  • LONGFIELD, UNITED KINGDOM - MAY 27: Manfredo Rossi of Italy drives the #80 Martini Racing Lotus 80 during the Masters Historic Racing Festival Grand Prix race at the Brands Hatch Circuit on May 27, 2012 near Longfield, United Kingdom.(Photo by Darrell Ingham/Getty Images)
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  • Masters Historic Racing Festival - Brands Hatch
  • LONGFIELD, UNITED KINGDOM - MAY 26: Manfredo Rossi of Italy drives the #80 Martini Racing Lotus 80 during the Masters Historic Racing Festival Grand Prix race at the Brands Hatch Circuit on May 26, 2012 near Longfield, United Kingdom. (Photo by Darrell Ingham/Getty Images)
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  • Grand Prix of Monaco
  • Carlos Pace drives the #8 Martini Racing Brabham Alfa Romeo BT45 during the Grand Prix of Monaco on 30 May 1976 on the streets of the Principality of Monaco in Monte Carlo, Monaco. (Photo by Tony Duffy/Getty Images)
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  • Carlos Reutemann with Martini Brabham Alfa Romeo
  • Carlos Reutemann with Martini Brabham Alfa Romeo
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  • Carlos Pace Pitlane with Crew and Manager
  • Carlos Pace Pitlane with Crew and Manager
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One of the most iconic names in racing is returning to the sport's pinnacle series. Martini and its distinctive livery will be teaming with the Williams Formula One team for the 2014 season, marking its return to the sport after an all-to-brief stint with Ferrari from 2006 to 2008. Even in those three short seasons, Martini wasn't a named sponsor, occupying a small place on the Scuderia's cars.

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