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  • 12 Hours of Sebring

    12 Hours of Sebring

    John Higgins, Tim Cooper, and James King drive car number 71, a Porsche 911.

  • 24 Hours of Daytona

    24 Hours of Daytona

    John Cooper, Bob Evans, and Paul Smith drive car number 29, a Nimrod NRA/C2.

  • 24 Hours of Daytona

    24 Hours of Daytona

    John Cooper, Bob Evans, and Paul Smith drive car number 29, a Nimrod NRA/C2.

  • 24 Hours of Daytona

    24 Hours of Daytona

    John Cooper, Bob Evans, and Paul Smith drive car number 29, a Nimrod NRA/C2.

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    After finish, number 47, John Brown and Edgar Wadsworth Cooper-Climax T39. Constructor John Cooper stands fourth from right in duffle coat, third from right is Coventry Climax engine designer and later Technical Editor of "The Autocar" magazine, Harry Mundy.

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    After finish, number 47, John Brown and Edgar Wadsworth Cooper-Climax T39. Constructor John Cooper stands fourth from right in duffle coat, third from right is Coventry Climax engine designer and later Technical Editor of "The Autocar" magazine, Harry Mundy.

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    Car number 55, a Porsche 935 K3 for John Cooper, Dudley Wood, and Claude Bourgoignie.

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans

    24 Hours of Le Mans

    The lead car in this photo is the Bristol 450C, car number 34, driven by Peter Wilson and Jim Mayers. The car at the right is a Mercedes Benz 300SLR, car number 21, driven by the team of Karl Kling and Andre Simon. The car in the background is a Cooper T39, car number 47, driven by John Brown, Edgar Wadsworth and John Cooper.

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans, France

    24 Hours of Le Mans, France

    The Porsche 935 K3 chassis '930 890 0022', number 55, of John Cooper, Dudley Wood, and Claude Bourgoignie.

  • 24 Hours of Le Mans, France

    24 Hours of Le Mans, France

    The Porsche 930 chassis 003 0009, number 93, of John Cooper, Paul Smith, and David Ovey.

  • Austrian Grand Prix, Zeltweg

    Austrian Grand Prix, Zeltweg

    John Cooper (foreground dark shirt) and team driver Phil Hill (with helmet), unhurt after his car caught fire.

  • Austrian Grand Prix, Zeltweg

    Austrian Grand Prix, Zeltweg

    John Cooper (dark shirt) studies his wrecked car. Unhurt driver Phil Hill is second from the right, front row.

  • Austrian Grand Prix, Zeltweg

    Austrian Grand Prix, Zeltweg

    Cooper mechanic Mike Barney (left), Cooper Car Company head John Cooper (center) and Cooper driver Phil Hill (far right), at the site of Hill's burned out team car

  • BARC Dinner Dance

    BARC Dinner Dance

    Driver Bruce McLaren (left) watches while John Cooper (third from the left) talks with Jack Brabham (fourth from the left).

  • BARC Dinner Dance

    BARC Dinner Dance

    Driver Bruce McLaren (left), John Cooper (third from the left), Jack Brabham (fourth from the left)

  • Belgian Grand Prix Spa

    Belgian Grand Prix Spa

    Winning driver Jack Brabham talks with John Cooper.

  • Belgian Grand Prix Spa

    Belgian Grand Prix Spa

    Winner Jack Brabham post-race, Olivier Gendebien (center) John Cooper (right)

  • Belgian Grand Prix Spa

    Belgian Grand Prix Spa

    Cooper Car Company chief mechanic "Noddy" Grohman shows pit signal to leader Jack Brabham Cooper-Climax T53, first place, 8 seconds lead over Phil Hill. John Cooper, is to the right of Grohman, hands on knees. Team mechanic Mike Barney has signal ready for second placed team driver Bruce McLaren.

  • Belgian Grand Prix Spa
  • Belgian Grand Prix Spa

    Belgian Grand Prix Spa

    Team mechanic Mike Barney shows the pit signal to the passing Bruce McLaren in his Cooper-Climax T53 with Team co-founder John Cooper in the foreground, watching him pass.

  • Belgium Grand Prix

    Belgium Grand Prix

    Post-race scene, left to right: Jack Brabham, driver (helmet, race suit), Unknown (hat, sunglasses, suit), John Cooper, team principal (sweater).

  • Boreham Formula Three

    Boreham Formula Three

    Lex Beels drives car number 5, a Beels, leading John Brise or Bob Brown in car number 8, an Arnott, Rodney Nuckey in car number 20, a Cooper, and Vic Firm in car number 39, a JBS.

  • Brands Hatch 500cc Senior Race

    Brands Hatch 500cc Senior Race

    In the Senior Race Final, John Habin in car number 41, a Staride and Stuart Lewis-Evans in car number 24, a Cooper, battle over third place.

  • Brands Hatch 500cc Senior Race

    Brands Hatch 500cc Senior Race

    In the Senior Race Final, John Habin in car number 41, a Staride and Stuart Lewis-Evans in car number 24, a Cooper, battle over third place.

  • Brands Hatch 500cc Senior Race

    Brands Hatch 500cc Senior Race

    In the Senior Race Final, Reg Bicknell drives car number 30, a Revis, Stuart Lewis-Evans drives car number 24, a Cooper, and John Habin drives car number 41, a Staride, in the lead. Eventual winner Don Parker in car number 10, a Kieft, follows.

  • Brands Hatch 500cc Senior Race

    Brands Hatch 500cc Senior Race

    In the Senior Race Final, John Habin in car number 41, a Staride and Stuart Lewis-Evans in car number 24, a Cooper, battle over third place.

  • Brands Hatch 500cc Senior Race

    Brands Hatch 500cc Senior Race

    Stuart Lewis-Evans drives car number 24, a Cooper, and John Habin drives car number 41, a Staride in Heat Two of the Senior Race.

  • Brands Hatch 500cc Senior Race

    Brands Hatch 500cc Senior Race

    Stuart Lewis-Evans drives car number 24, a Cooper, and John Habin drives car number 41, a Staride in Heat Two of the Senior Race. Car number 15, Paul Emery's abandoned Emeryson, sits by the side of the track.

  • Brands Hatch 500cc Senior Race

    Brands Hatch 500cc Senior Race

    In lap one of the Senior Race Final, Reg Bicknell drives car number 30, a Revis, Stuart Lewis-Evans drives car number 24, a Cooper, John Habin drives car number 41, a Staride, and Don Parker drives car number 10, a Kieft.

  • Brands Hatch BRSCC

    Brands Hatch BRSCC

    #158 Cooper, #60 Elva

  • Brands Hatch Guards Trophy

    Brands Hatch Guards Trophy

    #57 Cooper, driver Mike Beckwith

  • BRDC International Trophy

    BRDC International Trophy

    Mechanics work on a Cooper T81 Maserati in the pit lane. John Cooper in white shirt and tie.

  • BRDC International Trophy

    BRDC International Trophy

    John Cooper (white shirt) in the Silverstone pitlane working on Richie Ginther's Cooper T81 Maserati V12.

  • British Grand Prix

    British Grand Prix

    John Cooper of the Cooper Car Company behind the pits at Silverstone 1958 British Grand Prix.

  • British Grand Prix
  • British Motor Show

    British Motor Show

    Display floor scene at Earl's Court, John Cooper seated in a Cooper-Bristol 6 cylinder Formula Two race car

  • British Motor Show

    British Motor Show

    Indoor scene, left to right: John Cooper (light colored suit, vest and tie), Unknown (dark colored suit and tie).

  • BRM Dinner Dance

    BRM Dinner Dance

    Coventry Climax engineer Walter Hassan (left), company head Leonard Lee (second from the left), John Cooper (third from the left) and possibly Harry Spiers works manager of Coventry Climax (right)

  • BRM Event

    BRM Event

    Harry Mundy (right) of Coventry Climax pins a badge on John Cooper of the Cooper Car Company (left).

  • BRM Event

    BRM Event

    John Cooper (second from the right) and Graham Hill (far right)

  • BRSCC International Brands Hatch
  • BRSCC International Brands Hatch

    BRSCC International Brands Hatch

    Trophy presentation after Kentish 100 Formula Two race. Driver Harry Schell has presented the trophy to Jack Brabham (laurels, holding trophy) and entrant John Cooper (holding trophy lid).

  • BRSCC International Brands Hatch

    BRSCC International Brands Hatch

    Trophy presentation after Kentish 100 Formula Two race. On left, Dean Delamont Secretary Royal Automobile Club Motor Sports department. Driver Harry Schell with trophy ready for presentation to Jack Brabham (laurels) and entrant John Cooper (right).

  • Cooper Car Company Factory Opening

    Cooper Car Company Factory Opening

    Opening of the new Cooper Car Company factory at Hollyfield Road, Surbiton. John Cooper cuts ribbon watched by racing drivers Stirling Moss, Tony Brooks and Jack Brabham.

  • Cooper Car Company Factory Opening

    Cooper Car Company Factory Opening

    Opening of the new Cooper Car Company factory at Hollyfield Road, Surbiton. John Cooper cuts ribbon watched by racing drivers Stirling Moss, Tony Brooks and Jack Brabham.

  • Cooper Formula One Works Visit

    Cooper Formula One Works Visit

    Richie Ginther sits in a Cooper-Maserati T81 prototype Formula One car in the Canada Road, Byfleet workshop in early 1966. John Cooper is on the right.

  • Cooper Formula One Works Visit

    Cooper Formula One Works Visit

    Richie Ginther sits in a Cooper-Maserati T81 prototype Formula One car in the Canada Road, Byfleet workshop in early 1966. John Cooper is on the right.

  • Cooper Formula One Works Visit

    Cooper Formula One Works Visit

    Richie Ginther sits in a Cooper-Maserati T81 prototype Formula One car in the Canada Road, Byfleet workshop in early 1966. John Cooper is on the right.

  • Cooper Formula One Works Visit

    Cooper Formula One Works Visit

    Richie Ginther sits in a Cooper-Maserati T81 prototype Formula One car in the Canada Road, Byfleet workshop in early 1966. John Cooper is on the right.

  • Daily Express BRDC International Trophy

    Daily Express BRDC International Trophy

    John Cooper examines the cockpit of the Aston Martin DBR4/250 driven by Roy Salvadori.