"Every death in motor racing is a tragedy. But there can few figures lost to the sport who leave such a lasting legacy as Jim Clark. Crashing fatally at Hockenheim in April 1968, the Scottish farmer's son was only 32 when he "
We’re on Board with Jim Clark
There’s many that are claimed to be the greatest British driver who ever lived. It’s a tough competition.
Jackie Stewart might have been the most pugnacious whilst Sir Stirling Moss might have been the most preternaturally talented. Nigel Mansell could well have been the most tenacious and workmanlike. James Hunt, on the other hand might have been the most playboy-like and fragrant. Lewis Hamilton, however, might turn out to be the most successful.
We know who was the most stylish. Jim Clark.
Superb vintage onboard footage below with the great Raymond Baxter commentating, and a fine representation of his sculpted features above.
Who is your favourite Brit driving legend?
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