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Posts Tagged ‘1967’

Aerial Supremacy

Aerial Supremacy

Jim Clark in the almost unbeatable Lotus 49 during the German GP of 1967 at the Nürburgring. Full Article...

Colin Chapman On Jim Clark

Colin Chapman On Jim Clark

Colin Chapman's engineering genius for Team Lotus in the 1960s was matched only by Jim Clark's sublime and innate skill as a racing driver. In this first-person account, Chapman pays homage to his fallen comrade. Full Article...

1967 USGP at Watkins Glen

1967 USGP at Watkins Glen

Jim Clark leading Graham Hill on his way to winning the 1967 United States Grand Prix at Watkins Glen. Full Article...

Dutch GP 1967

Dutch GP 1967

If the Sixties had a single turning point, it was the 1967 Dutch Grand Prix at Zandvoort, won by Jim Clark with the revolutionary new Ford-Cosworth DWF engine in his Lotus 49. Full Article...

The Ring

The Ring

An evocative black & white shot of Denny Hulme getting air in his Brabham-Repco at the Nürburgring's Nordschlieffe during the German Grand Prix of 1967. Full Article...

Remembering Bandini

Remembering Bandini

It's been nearly 45 years since the Monaco Grand Prix of 1967. For those too young to remember, which is likely a majority of readers, the events of that day are one of the many, tragic black marks on the early history of Formula One. Full Article...

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