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Jim Clark in the Lotus 33 (in practice) at the French GP, 1965.

French GP, Clermont Ferrand, 27 June 1965 Winner Jim Clark, Lotus 33 in practice(he raced Lotus

1965 - Jim Clark, Lotus

1965 - Jim Clark, Lotus

1967 SAGP, Kyalami : Jim Clark, Lotus-BRM 43-H16 #7, Team Lotus, Retired (engine, lap 22). (ph: © Keystone)

1967 SAGP, Kyalami : Jim Clark, Lotus-BRM 43-H16 #7, Team Lotus, Retired (engine, lap 22). (ph: © Keystone)

Fifty years ago in 1964 Jim Clark's Lotus qualified on the pole at Monaco.

Fifty years ago in 1964 Jim Clark's Lotus 25 qualified on the pole at Monaco.

The great Jimmy Clark heads for his fifth grand prix win in the Lotus 49, at Kyalami in 1968. It was the 25th GP win of his career and tragically, it would prove to be his last. Fittingly, he took pole and set fastest lap on his way to victory. LAT photo. RACER.com

YOUR favorite racecars – 8. Lotus 49

The great Jimmy Clark heads for his fifth grand prix win in the Lotus at Kyalami in It was the GP win of his career and tragically, it would prove to be his last. Fittingly, he took pole and set fastest lap on his way to victory.

1963 French GP, Reims. : Jim Clark, Lotus-Climax 25 #18, Team Lotus, Winner. (ph: www.jacqalan.com)

Jim Clark, Reims (French GP), Leading the Lotus 25 to victory.

Ochen Rindt at the 1970 German Grand Prix, in the Lotus 72C in which he would die two GP’s later.

Jochen Rindt on his way to winning the 1970 German Grand Prix for Lotus-Ford.

Jim Clark (GBR) Lotus 49 took pole and won the race. Tragically this was to be his last F1 grand prix before suffering a fatal accident in an F2 race at Hockenheim. South African Grand Prix, 1 January 1968.

Jim Clark (GBR) Lotus 49 took pole and won the race. Tragically this was to be his last grand prix before suffering a fatal accident in an race at Hockenheim.

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