Brian Muir (30 June 1931 – 11 September 1983) was an Australian auto racing driver.
He achieved successful seasons competing in saloon car racing. In 1965 he finished third overall in the Australian Touring Car Championship. In 1968 he finished as runner-up in the British Saloon Car Championship driving a Ford Falcon behind fellow Australian Frank Gardner. Two years later he finished third in the BTCC, following up that result with a victory in the RAC Tourist Trophy, the longest running and one of the most prestigious prizes in international motorsport, later that year. He drove a Chevrolet Camaro to the checkered flag, making him the first Australian to claim the trophy. He finished runner-up in the European Touring Car Championship in 1973. He also regularly competed in the 24 Hours of Le Mans driving alongside the likes of Jackie Oliver, Graham Hill and Jacky Ickx, and he won the 1000 km Catalunya in 1968 (with Francisco Godia Sales).
The last race Muir competed in was the RAC Tourist Trophy before dying on his way home.
|Season||Series||Position||Car||Team / Entrant|
|1964||Australian Touring Car Championship||7th||Holden EH Special S4||Scuderia Veloce|
|1965||Australian Touring Car Championship||3rd||Holden EH Special S4||Heldon Motors|
|1968||British Saloon Car Championship||2nd||Ford Falcon Sprint||Bill Shaw Racing|
|1970||British Saloon Car Championship||3rd||Chevrolet Camaro Z28||Malcolm Gartlan Racing|
|1972||European Touring Car Championship||12th||Ford Capri RS 2600||Malcolm Gartlan Racing|
|1972||British Saloon Car Championship||5th||Ford Capri RS 2600||Malcolm Gartlan Racing|
|1973||European Touring Car Championship||2nd||BMW 3.0 CSL||BMW Alpina|
|1973||British Saloon Car Championship||5th||BMW 3.0 CSL||Dealer Team BMW|
Le Mans results
|1966||Alan Mann Racing Ltd.||Ford GT Mk.II||Graham Hill||34
|1967||JW Automotive Engineering||Mirage M1||Jacky Ickx||47
|1968||JW Automotive Engineering||Ford GT40||Jackie Oliver||51
|1976||Team Brock||BMW 3.5CSL|| Peter Brock