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3rd (1964 Austrian Grand Prix)
7th (1964 British Grand Prix)
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1963 British Grand Prix
1967 British Grand Prix

about Bob Anderson

Robert Hugh Fearon "Bob" Anderson (19 May 1931, Hendon, London – 14 August 1967, Northampton) was a British Grand Prix motorcycle road racer and racing driver. He competed in Grand Prix motorcycle racing from 1958 to 1960 and in Formula One from 1963 to the 1967 seasons. He was also a two-time winner of the North West 200 race in Northern Ireland.

After several seasons in motorcycle racing in which he finished in the top ten on several occasions, he switched to car racing in 1961, when he ran a Formula Junior Lola in a race at Snetterton. He continued to race cars and eventually became a Team Lotus Formula Junior driver, winning a race at Autodrome de Montlhéry and finishing second at Monaco.

He entered Formula One in 1963 with his own Lola Mk4 car, under the guise of DW Racing Enterprises, a small team compared to other private outfits such as Scuderia Filipinetti or Rob Walker Racing Team. DW was actually only composed of Bob and a small team of mechanics. Despite this hindrance he took the flexible little Lola to victory in the non-Championship Rome Grand Prix in that first year. In later years he ran private Brabham cars under the same banner, with his best result a third place in the 1964 Austrian Grand Prix. He was awarded the Von Trips Memorial Trophy as the most successful private entrant of 1964.

In 1967 he suffered an accident while testing at Silverstone, in which he slid off the track in wet conditions and hit a marshal's post. Anderson suffered serious chest and neck injuries and died later in Northampton General Hospital.


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seasons

1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967,

finishing positions

grid positions

wins

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pole positions

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teams & teammates

season teammate
1963 Chris Amon
Maurice Trintignant
Lucien Bianchi
John Campbell-Jones
Mike Hailwood
Masten Gregory
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1964 Jack Brabham
Dan Gurney
Jo Siffert
Jo Bonnier
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1965 Jo Bonnier
Jack Brabham
Dan Gurney
Denny Hulme
Ian Raby
Giancarlo Baghetti
Brabham-Climax compare 1965
1966 Denny Hulme
Jo Bonnier
Chris Irwin
Brabham-Climax compare 1966
1967 Dave Charlton
Luki Botha
Brabham-Climax compare 1967
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