Few names in motor racing history's hall of fame rank alongside that of Jim Clark.
From 72 starts, Clark won 27 Grands Prix - a success ratio only bettered by Fangio and Ascari - and he was World Champion driving Lotus cars in 1963 and 1965. He was also the first Briton to win the Indianapolis 500 race.
This is the full story, featuring superb archive footage of an era which saw Clark do battle with Hill, Surtees and later fellow Scot and friend Jackie Stewart.
Among the highlights are Clark's first Formula Junior win at Oulton Park, his Grand Prix debut at 1960 Dutch GP, his exploits at the Indianapolis 500 in 1963, 1964 and 1966, Saloon Car Championship racing with the Ford Cortina and tributes from Stirling Moss.