Eric Dymock con Jim Clark: Tribute to a Champion
Coinciding with the 30th anniversary of Jim Clark's epic victory in the 1967 Dutch Grand Prix, this biography by a fellow Scot who knew Clark before he had ever stepped in a racing car, has been endorsed by his family. It looks beyond his motorsport career, and offers information about his farming background, his Scottish heritage, and the man behind the clean-cut boyish image. It celebrates Clark's 1967 Dutch victory in a Ford Cosworth-powered Lotus which was the first time a new, untried engine won its maiden race, and his position as 1963 and 1965 Formula 1 World Champion and how in 1965 became the first non-American to win the Indianapolis 500. The text is enhanced by colour photographs, Ford archive material, and pictures from the Clark family's own collection - and interviews with Clark's family and friends, his long-term girlfriend Sally Swart, Ian Scott Watson, Jackie Stewart and Rob Walker.