Brian Redman ( born March 9, 1937 as Brian Thomas Redman ) is a former British Formula 1 and sports car racing driver. After the conflicting sources, he is in Burnley or Colne (both in Lancashire, England) is born.
Between 1968 and 1974 Redman took part in a total of 12 Formula 1 World Championship races. His best result was the third place with his Cooper - BRM Grand Prix of Spain 1968 behind Graham Hill and Denis Hulme. Redman reached a total of eight championship points. A serious accident at the Grand Prix of Belgium in 1968 forced him to more than a year long break.
Obviously, he felt more comfortable at the races for the World Sportscar Championship. Along with Jo Siffert he reached the podium frequently. Notable achievements are winning the 1970 Targa Florio in a Porsche 908 and the two-time winning the 12 - hour race at Sebring in 1975 and 1978. 1973 won Redman along with Jackie Ickx 1000- km race at the Nurburgring in a Ferrari 312 P.
In addition to the race, he worked as an instructor in racing schools and also had an F3000 team. He is co-editor of a car magazine and lives in Florida, USA. In historic race he drives even himself with. He runs a marketing agency International Events.