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Brabham BT62R CSR2, best tune and shift pattern

The Brabham BT62R is the CSR2 Milestone Car of Season 123. The BT62R is one of the fastest cars in Tier 5.

Brabham BT62R Specifications

Real life BT62R

Brabham Automotive has revealed a road-legal version of its BT62 hypercar, called the BT62R, in September 2020. As the third BT62 variant announced by the brand, after the Ultimate Track and the Competition versions, the BT62R shares much of its chassis and aerodynamic hardware with those other models. Although Brabham says it’s tuned for the road, the firm also says the BT62R is equally at home on the track.

Just 70 BT62 cars will be built, encompassing all three variants. Brabham expects the GT62R to account for between 30% and 50% of these models. 

The BT62R retains the 5.4-litre naturally aspirated V8 engine used in the other two variants, but with revised engine mapping for use on the road. It develops 700bhp and 492lb ft of torque, which is delivered through a six-speed sequential gearbox.

The car sports the same carbonfibre body as the track variants but with a few crucial changes to aid better on-road vehicle dynamics. The model features a revised front splitter and rear diffuser. Also a new top-mounted air intake and a redesigned and road-compliant single-plane rear wing.

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The CSR2 Brabham BT62R

The 5 yellow star Brabham can fit 128 Fusion parts. So far nothing special. The Brabham BT62R should run 6.920s. To sum up, the Brabham is one of the faster cars in Tier 5.

Milestone CarSeason 123

Brabham BT62R tune and shift pattern

Brabham BT62Rfive yellow 1 e1589951912868
NOS188 / 4.0
Tires2 / 98
Wining shift patternStart at 8000rpm (drop to 6000rpm), 7.900rpm 2nd then NOS, rest shifts as late as possible
Brabham BT62Rfive purple 1 e1589951925595
NOS188 / 4.0
Tires34 / 66
Wining shift patternStart at 6300rpm, 8000rpm 2nd then NOS, deep good 3rd & 4th, rest shifts at 8600rpm
Brabham BT62 "Goodyear Edition"five purple 1 e1589951925595
NOS188 / 4.0
Tires34 / 66
Wining shift patternStart at 6.400rpm, 7.800rpm 2nd and NOS, 3rd and 4th at 8.400rpm, rest shifts at 8.600rpm

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