The steering wheel has been deliberately made to be as simple as possible, offering the driver basic and crucial controls only. Buttons for the traction and launch control, car-to-pit/driver-to-passenger radio and neutral selection is kept at the fingertips driver while the rest is handled by the panel to the driver’s right.
“Each car will carry its own individual story, being forever linked to the grand prix victory it is named after,” said Murray. “The T.50s is inspired by my love of motorsport, so it seemed entirely fitting to create this special connection to iconic races from the past.
“The T.50s is named in honour of Niki to commemorate his famous win with the Brabham BT46B fan car in the 1978 Swedish Grand Prix. Niki was a great racing driver and he was also a good friend and it is absolutely fitting that we are launching the T.50s Niki Lauda on his birthday. Niki would have appreciated the innovation and engineering detail in our car.”