Jo Bonnier began entering cars in Formula One under his own name in 1957-1958, first with a Maserati 250F. The Swede spent the next seven years driving for the works BRM and Porsche teams, and Rob Walker’s highly organised private racing stable. Bonnier returned to entering his own team in 1966, under the name Anglo-Suisse Racing to reflect his residency in Switzerland at the time. His principal mount that year was a Cooper-Maserati T81, painted in Swiss racing red and white. He also drove Brabham BT22 in French Grand prix, and Brabham BT7 in British Grand Prix.
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