|Born||21 January 1930|
|Formula One World Championship career|
|Active years||1962 - 1963|
|Teams||Emeryson, Tim Parnell|
|First race||1962 Belgian Grand Prix|
|Last race||1963 British Grand Prix|
Michael John Campbell-Jones (born 21 January 1930 in Leatherhead, Surrey) is a former Formula One driver from England. He participated in two World Championship Grands Prix, debuting on June 17, 1962. He scored no championship points. He also participated in numerous non-Championship Formula One races.
After some success in sports car racing in 1958, Campbell-Jones entered Formula Two whilst entering minor Formula One races. In 1962 he joined the Emeryson team but achieved little; his one World Championship entry was in the Belgian Grand Prix, where the Emeryson's gearbox failed in practice. He raced a borrowed Lotus which he retired with gearbox failure, although he was classified 11th. However, he did achieve some minor placings in lesser Formula One races that year. In the 1962 Solitude Grand Prix (non-championship) he had an accident in practice and was badly burnt. 
In 1963, he moved to Tim Parnell's team which were running Lolas, but he struggled again with his single Championship entry seeing him finish 13th at the British Grand Prix.  After that season, Campbell-Jones faded from the scene.
World Championship Formula One results
|1961||John Campbell-Jones||Cooper T51||Climax L4||MON
|1962||Emeryson Cars||Lotus 18||Climax L4||NED
|1963||Tim Parnell||Lola Mk4||Climax V8||MON