on from his untimely death, Scottish Formula One star Jim Clark is still
regarded as one of the best Grand Prix drivers ever. Just four years after his
first motor race, Clark climbed onto the podium at Le Mans and made his Formula
1 debut driving a Lotus. In the decade that followed, Clark and his mentor,
Colin Chapman, conquered the very pinnacles of single-seater racing with Clark
winning the F1 World Championship twice and the Indy 500 once. All in all, he
claimed more than one hundred victories at the wheel of a Lotus.
400-page book from McKlein, with over 320 photos, offers an in-depth profile of
a true sporting champion.