Jim Clark


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THE Bo'ness Revival is celebrating one of Scotland's most famous racing drivers as it marks 60 years since Jim Clark competed at the hillclimb.
ENPNewswire-August 19, 2019--COMPETITION TO WIN 100,000TH LOTUS WITH THE JIM CLARK TRUST
The suspect, accused of killing Jim Clark, from Scotland, was held at Alicante Airport as he tried to board a flight back to the UK.
The Jim Clark Museum in Duns, in the Scottish Borders, which was home to the legendary double F1 world champion, is selling raffle tickets at PS20 a pop to raise money for a new museum to hold a couple of Clark's old racing cars as well as other exhibits.
As one of only three 'Group 5' works cars built by Lotus for the 1966 British Saloon Car Championship, the collectible competition car (above) was driven in period by some of the world's most successful racing drivers, including Jim Clark, Graham Hill and Jacky Ickx.
The landmark car -- a Jim Clark Trust special edition Evora GT410 -- is a one-off vehicle hand-built at the factory and will be given away as a competition prize.
Jim Clark, a local resident and member of the community garden, was the overall winner with 58 points from entries spread across multiple categories.
He was presented with the Jim Clark Memorial Award by Association President John Murdoch at a Jaguar sponsored ceremony in Mar Hall near Glasgow.
The event marked the 50th anniversary of Jim Clark's death - a flying Scotsman who won 25 Grand Prix races and 33 pole positions.
THE life and racing triumphs of Jim Clark will be celebrated at the Historic Sports Car Club (HSCC) event at Donington Park.
The 1961 Aston Martin DB4 GT driven - - and crashed - - by Formula One world champion Jim Clark, which is due to be auctioned at this summer's Goodwood Festival of Speed.