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Community Level 6ScottishWe...

ScottishWestie

Jim Clark 1936-1968 Review with images

AdvantagesGreatest driver in the 1960s, a proper gentleman

DisadvantagesNo longer with us

"...Scotland linked to the late Jim Clark which are little known about except to local residents & racing enthusiasts. Gentlemen Jim as he was affectionately known was probably one of the greatest racing drivers of his time. A time when motor racing was all about participating & winning, not the money & glamour obsessed sport it has now become where sponsorship deals are more important than anything else. He was born in Kilmany in Fife on the 4th ..." Read review
17.09.2008

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ashford

Jim Clark, The Greatest FI Driver

AdvantagesGreat skill. Cool. Gentleman.

DisadvantagesDidnt always have the best car

"...John Surtees and another Scot Jim Clark. They were followed by three times World Champion driver the "Flying Scot" Jackie Stewart. Later there were great drivers such as Nelson Piquet,Nikki Lauda,Alan Jones,James Hunt, and in more recent times Damon Hill, Nigel Mansell, Alain Prost. Ayrton Senna,Mika Hakkinen and,of course,the current star,Michael Schumacher all come into the reckoning. So far we have only considered drivers who won the ..." Read review
20.06.2001

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