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1965 Zandvoort : Lorenzo Bandini in his Ferrari 158 V-8 and John Surtees with Scuderia's crew (ph: Corbis Collection)

1965 Zandvoort : Lorenzo Bandini in his Ferrari 158 V-8 and John Surtees with Scuderia's crew (ph: Corbis Collection)

1932 Monaco GP, Monte Carlo : Tazio Nuvolari, Alfa-Romeo Monza 2.3/S8 #28, SA Alfa Romeo, Winner. (ph: © Alfa Romeo)

1932 Monaco GP, Monte Carlo : Tazio Nuvolari, Alfa-Romeo Monza 2.3/S8 #28, SA Alfa Romeo, Winner. (ph: © Alfa Romeo)

1978 German GP, Hockenheimring : Mario Andretti, Lotus-Ford 79 #5, John Player Team Lotus, Winner. (ph: © Schlegelmilch)

1978 German GP, Hockenheimring : Mario Andretti, Lotus-Ford 79 #5, John Player Team Lotus, Winner. (ph: © Schlegelmilch)

1971 Canadian GP, Mosport : Francois Cevert, Tyrrel-Ford 003  #12, Elf Team Tyrrell, Qual. (ph: © J. Melton)

1971 Canadian GP, Mosport : Francois Cevert, Tyrrel-Ford 003 #12, Elf Team Tyrrell, Qual. (ph: © J. Melton)

Jim Clark : 48 years ago ...  7 April 1968, Clark died in a racing accident at the Hockenheimring, in Germany. He was originally slated to drive in the BOAC 1000 km sportscar race at Brands Hatch, but instead chose to drive in the Deutschland Trophae, a Formula Two race, for Lotus at the Hockenheimring, primarily due to contractual obligations with Firestone. Although the race has sometimes been characterized as a "minor race meeting" the entry list was impressive with to

Jim Clark : 48 years ago ... 7 April 1968, Clark died in a racing accident at the Hockenheimring, in Germany. He was originally slated to drive in the BOAC 1000 km sportscar race at Brands Hatch, but instead chose to drive in the Deutschland Trophae, a Formula Two race, for Lotus at the Hockenheimring, primarily due to contractual obligations with Firestone. Although the race has sometimes been characterized as a "minor race meeting" the entry list was impressive with to

1958 Kentish "100", Brands Hatch : Graham Hill in Lotus-Climax 16 during the 1st heat. (ph: © J. Ross)

1958 Kentish "100", Brands Hatch : Graham Hill in Lotus-Climax 16 during the 1st heat. (ph: © J. Ross)

1965 German GP, Nurburgring : Jim Clark, Lotus-Climax 33 #1, Team Lotus, Winner (ph: diecast.com)

1965 German GP, Nurburgring : Jim Clark, Lotus-Climax 33 #1, Team Lotus, Winner (ph: diecast.com)

1963 Belgian GP, Spa : Jim Clark, Lotus-Climax 25 #1, Team Lotus, Winner. (ph: thechicaneblog.com)

1963 Belgian GP, Spa : Jim Clark, Lotus-Climax 25 #1, Team Lotus, Winner. (ph: thechicaneblog.com)

1962 SAGP, EAST LONDON : START (front row) 1-Jim Clark, Lotus-Climax 25 #1, Team Lotus, Retired (oil leak, lap 62). 2-Graham Hill, BRM P57 #3, Owen Racing Organisation, Winner. (ph: 90years.autosport.com)

1962 SAGP, EAST LONDON : START (front row) 1-Jim Clark, Lotus-Climax 25 #1, Team Lotus, Retired (oil leak, lap 62). 2-Graham Hill, BRM P57 #3, Owen Racing Organisation, Winner. (ph: 90years.autosport.com)

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