The best drives of a lost F1 great

The best drives of a lost F1 great

Following the 50th anniversary of Jim Clark's death, we pick out the 10 best drives of his glittering, tragically cut-short career

Fifty years ago, Formula 1 lost its benchmark driver of the era. Double world champion Jim Clark was favourite for the 1968 crown but he was killed in a Formula 2 race at Hockenheim on 7 April 1968.

The quiet Scot nevertheless left a lasting legacy, his 25 world championship victories from 72 starts is still enough for ninth on the all-time F1 wins list.

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