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The company was founded by Jean Behra, an established French racer. He had been driving a Ferrari D246 in 1959 but was dismissed from the team after the French GP. With designer Valerio Colotti, using Porsche components, he had an F1 car built at Modena in 1959.
The car was to debut at Monte Carlo in 1959, Maria Teresa de Filippis failed to qualify. Behra intended to race the car in Germany but was killed in a racing accident driving a Porsche RSK at AVUS on August 1, 1959 just before the Grand Prix. The car was taken on by the Colotti team.
The Behra-Porsche Porsche Special debuted at the Argentine Grand Prix of February 7, 1960 driven by Masten Gregory (US), he finished 12th. Fred Gamble (US) drove the car in the Italian GP at Monza on September 4, 1960 and finished 10th - nine laps down and the bottom of the field.
|1959||Maria Teresa de Filippis||Behra-Porsche RSK||Porsche 547/6 1.5 F4||D||MON||500||NED||FRA||GBR||GER||POR||ITA||USA||—||0|
|Maria Teresa de Filippis||DNQ|
|Jean Behra||Behra-Porsche RSK||Porsche 547/6 1.5 F4||D||Jean Behra||DNS|
|1960||Camoradi International||Behra-Porsche RSK||Porsche 547/6 1.5 F4||D||ARG||MON||500||NED||BEL||FRA||GBR||POR||ITA||USA||—||0|
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