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Jim Clark in his Lotus 38 during the practise for the Indy 500 1965

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Clark 1967 Mexico Lotus 49

Double world champion Jim Clark powering his Lotus 49 to a third victory at the 1967 Mexican Grand Prix. Clark had also won the event in 1962 and

Clark’s last race. Driving the Formula 2 Lotus 48, he was unhappy with the handling of the car and spun twice in practice. Here Clark helps re-fuel the Lotus right before the start of the 1968 F2 race at Hockenheim.

Jimmy Clark’s last race. Driving the Formula 2 Lotus he was unhappy with the handling of the car and spun twice in practice. Here Clark helps re-fuel the Lotus right before the start of the 1968 race at Hockenheim.

Jim Clark, Colin Chapman [in tie] and team-members on Carburetion Day, 1963. Interestingly, this may have been [along with the Gurney #93] the last car[s] at Indy to actually HAVE carburetors!

Jim Clark, Colin Chapman [in tie] and team-members on Carburetion Day, Interestingly, this may have been [along with the Gurney the last car[s] at Indy to actually HAVE carburetors!` (A cropped image, as found.

Jim Clark (1936 - 1968) 1965, 1967 and 1968 Tasman Series Champion (ph: © John Stanley)

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Jim Clark com  Lotus 33 BRM H16, Monza, 1966

Jim Clark takes a deep breath as he aims his big, heavy Lotus BRM around Oulton Park in The Oulton Park Gold Cup was one of numerous non-championship races still run in the mid-sixties.

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