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It's been over 45 years since he last raced, but to many Jim Clark remains the greatest racing driver of all time. Clark had his first race in 1956 and by 1958 he was racing for his local team. He made is Formula 1 Grand Prix debut on 6 June 1960. His first Drivers World Championship came in 1963 driving the Lotus 25 and won seven out of the 10 races. In 1968, Clark died in a tragic racing accident in Germany, the cause of which is still unknown. 

Racing Through Time - Jim Clark

  • Jason Fenwick

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