“Classic Clark”



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by Andrew Kitson

Limited Edition of 750 prints

Size: 60 x 44cm

Signed by the artist and with the Team Lotus logo on the border.

Jim Clark leads Graham Hill through Paddock Hill Bend at Brands Hatch in the first Grand Prix to be held at the circuit on 11th July 1964. The 80 lap race was given joint status as the RAC British Grand Prix and the Grand Prix d’Europe. Clark driving his Lotus-Climax 25 (R6) held off Hill’s BRM P261 to win by only 2.8 seconds at an average speed of 94.14mph, in a classic era of British driver success when Jimmy Clark and Team Lotus were the benchmark