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by Barry Hunter
Size: 29.7 x 42 cms (A3)
Each print is signed by the artist and numbered in a limited edition of 200.
A label telling the story of the picture is included.
The Scottish Borders farmer Jim Clark was the dominant driver of his era. He had a deceptively smooth and fluid style that masked tremendous pace. Despite being an extremely competitive driver he was the most good-humoured, polite and gentlemanly of men. His constant shadow was Graham Hill in his BRM. The great Scot is seen here leading Hill, Surtees, Stewart & Spence through Becketts corner early in the 1965 British Grand Prix at Silverstone. Clark was to score a fine win as late in the race, he switched off his engine and coasted through some of the corners to offset dangerously low oil-pressure, narrowly beating Hill’s BRM.