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Jim Clark in the magnificent, almost unbeatable Lotus 49 during the German GP of 1967 at the Nürburgring. Clark took pole position, but retired after four laps with suspension failure. Won by Denny Hulme, this was the first World Championship F1 race since the 1962 Monaco GP without a British driver on the podium. Classifications.

Nurburgring 68

Courtesy of Racer Magazine.


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