Campbell-Jones achieved some success in sports cars in 1958 before buying a Formula 2 Cooper to race at home and abroad. Usually to be found scratching around in minor F1 events, his 1961 season was cut short after a crash at Modena. His 1962 campaign in the Emeryson brought little but a distant fifth place on aggregate in the Brussels GP and sixth in the Aintree 200, but that was better than his team-mate Tony Settember could achieve. Under the wing of the Parnell stable in 1963, he still could not make much headway despite having a much better car, and was not seen on the circuits again except for a surprise appearance in the 1966 Gold Cup at Oulton Park in an old BRP-Climax.
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