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Matthew Brabham
File:Matthew Brabham.png
Driver Details
Nationality Flag of the United States.png Australian/American
P.O.B. Unknown
D.O.B. 25 February 1994
Date of Death Unknown
Début Flag of Malaysia.png 2014 Putrajaya ePrix
Final Race Unknown
Titles 0
Teams Flag of the United States.png Andretti Autosport
Formula E Career
Total Entries 2 (2 Starts)
Wins Points FanBoosts
0 0 0
Poles 0
Fastest Laps 0
Podiums 0
First Win Unknown

Matthew Brabham, born 25 February 1994, was an FIA Formula E Championship driver, who competed for Andretti Autosport, having replaced Charles Pic a few days before the 2014 Putrajaya ePrix.[1] Of American and Australian birth, Brabham is the grandson of Formula One legend Jack Brabham, the only man to win the World Championship in a car built by his own team.[2]


Brabham started karting at the age of seven, being raised in a family that bled motorsport. His grandfather and two uncles had raced in Formula One, while his father was prominent in Australian motorsport.[2] In 2010, aged just 16, Brabham entered the Australian Formula Ford Championship, taking a victory in a state race before taking on the national championship.[2]

After two years in Formula Ford, Brabham moved to the US, in order to compete in the USF 2000 Championship.[2] Four wins gave him the "Rookie of the Year" award, and saw him promoted to the Pro Mazda Series, starting his relationship with Andretti Autosport.[2] Another successful season saw him take another "Rookie of the Year" title, as well as the championship with 13 wins.[2]

A move to Indy Lights followed, with Andretti still supporting the American-Aussie. A single victory and fourth place in the championship were the result of Brabham's work, before the Formula E Championship drew him in.[2]

Formula E History

Brabham was named as an Andretti Autosport driver a few days before the 2014 Putrajaya ePrix, replacing Charles Pic, whom was absent with F1 commitments.[2] A quiet début saw him claim thirteenth, while a retirement in Punta del Este meant he failed to score in his first two races.[3] Brabham missed the following two ePrix due to other commitments, ultimately replaced by Scott Speed, after a one-off drive for Marco Andretti.[4]

Full Formula E Record

Shown below are a series of tables outlining Matthew Brabham's career in Formula E in statistical form.

Formula E Entries

The list below includes all of the teams and cars, as well as overall finishing positions for Matthew Brabham during their FE career:

Matthew Brabham's Overall Formula E Record
Year Entrant No. Car Pos. Pts.
2014/15 Flag of the United States.png Andretti Autosport 28 Spark-Renault SRT_01E 31st 0

Career Results

Below is a table showing Matthew Brabham's full Formula E record.

FIA Formula E Championship Record
Year Rounds Pos. Pts.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11
2014/15 Flag of China.png Flag of Malaysia.png Flag of Uruguay.png Flag of Argentina.png Flag of the United States.png Flag of the United States.png Flag of Monaco.png Flag of Germany.png Flag of Russia.png Flag of the United Kingdom.png Flag of the United Kingdom.png 31st 0
13th Ret


Videos and Images:


  1. 'Matthew Brabham to race for Andretti in Putrajaya',, (FIA Formula E, 20/11/2014),, (Accessed 30/04/2015)
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 'Driver's Club: Matthew Brabham',, (FIA Formula E, 2015),, (Accessed 11/07/2015)
  3. 'Brilliant Buemi wins in Punta del Este',, (FIA Formula E, 13/12/2014),, (Accessed 30/04/2015)
  4. 'Scott Speed to race for Andretti in Miami',, (FIA Formula E, 05/03/2015),, (Accessed 30/04/2015)