Jim Clark From a Scottish borders farming background, Clark won 25 of the 72 Grands Prix he drove in, to take two World Championship titles, and also won the 1965 Indianapolis 500. This book traces Clark's career through images sourced from LAT, the library of motor racing images. Full description
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Jim Clark had a towering ability to get the maximum out of any car he drove, without appearing to be trying hard. Motor racing found in this gentle Scottish farmer a World Champion of great humility, for Clark appeared to have trouble appreciating just how great his own talent was. He raced in an era when chivalry was still an intrinsic part of the game, and he never resorted to underhand tactics.
He started racing in a friend's cars, initially without the knowledge of his parents. Before long he had graduated to the famous Border Reivers team's Jaguar D Type, and soon the motor racing world was taking notice of his prowess. He won races in a Lotus Elite and a Lister Jaguar to underline his ability, but when a drive with Aston Martin's Grand Prix team collapsed together with the project, he signed for Formula Two and Formula Junior with Lotus. It was to prove the start of one of the most remarkable team owner/driver relationships in history.
Quentin Spurring was variously editor or executive editor of Autosport in the period 1976-88, and from 1992 published the magazine Racecar Engineering. The author of several books for Haynes, including Gilles Villeneuve, he lives in Surrey, England.
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Description du livre Haynes Publishing, 2008. Hardcover. État : New. N° de réf. du libraire P111844255018