Johan Hasselberg

Johan Hasselberg

Johan Hasselberg
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Jo Bonnier, McLaren-Ford M7C, United States Grand Prix, Watkins Glen, 1971 (16th). Photo copyright ©  PICSSR

Jo Bonnier, McLaren-Ford M7C, United States Grand Prix, Watkins Glen, 1971 (16th). Photo copyright © PICSSR

Jo Bonnier, Lola T70, Scandinavian Raceway, Anderstorp, 1968 (winner).

Jo Bonnier, Lola T70, Scandinavian Raceway, Anderstorp, 1968 (winner).

Jo Bonnier, Scandinavian Raceway, Anderstorp, 1968.

Jo Bonnier, Scandinavian Raceway, Anderstorp, 1968.

Marianne Ankarcrona Bonner together with Jo Bonnier, Kanonloppet, Karlskoga, Sweden, 1965.

Marianne Ankarcrona Bonner together with Jo Bonnier, Kanonloppet, Karlskoga, Sweden, 1965.

Reine Wisell and Jo Bonnier, Scandinavian Raceway, Anderstorp, 1968. Photo copyright is unknown.

Reine Wisell and Jo Bonnier, Scandinavian Raceway, Anderstorp, 1968. Photo copyright is unknown.

Lola T280, Ecurie Bonnier, late 1972 (Heini Mader took over the business after Jo Bonniers fatal accident at Le mans 24 Hours, June 11, 1972). Photo copyright is unknown.

Lola T280, Ecurie Bonnier, late 1972 (Heini Mader took over the business after Jo Bonniers fatal accident at Le mans 24 Hours, June 11, 1972). Photo copyright is unknown.

Jo Bonnier and family at the site for his team, Ecurie Bonier, in the village Le Muids, not far from  his home. Later he moved the company to Gland, where the business expanded significantly. Photo copyright is unknown.

Jo Bonnier and family at the site for his team, Ecurie Bonier, in the village Le Muids, not far from his home. Later he moved the company to Gland, where the business expanded significantly. Photo copyright is unknown.

The home of Jo Bonnier and his wife Marianne, Le Muids, Switzerland. Jo Bonnier lived there until his fatal accident at Le Mans 24 hours in 1972. his wife moved back to Stockholm in 1975. Photo from march 20, 2014 (copyright by Yves Badan).

The home of Jo Bonnier and his wife Marianne, Le Muids, Switzerland. Jo Bonnier lived there until his fatal accident at Le Mans 24 hours in 1972. his wife moved back to Stockholm in 1975. Photo from march 20, 2014 (copyright by Yves Badan).

The home of Jo Bonnier and his wife Marianne, Le Muids, Switzerland. Jo Bonnier lived there until his fatal accident at Le Mans 24 hours in 1972. his wife moved back to Stockholm in 1975. Photo from march 20, 2014 (copyright by Yves Badan).

The home of Jo Bonnier and his wife Marianne, Le Muids, Switzerland. Jo Bonnier lived there until his fatal accident at Le Mans 24 hours in 1972. his wife moved back to Stockholm in 1975. Photo from march 20, 2014 (copyright by Yves Badan).

Jo Bonnier and his wife, Marianne Ankarcrona Bonnier, with his McLaren M5A (as art on the wall), at their home in Le Muids, Switzerland, 1970.

Jo Bonnier and his wife, Marianne Ankarcrona Bonnier, with his McLaren M5A (as art on the wall), at their home in Le Muids, Switzerland, 1970.