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Jim Clark 1967
Hi Bob - I don't know if there is a better way to reach out to contact; hope this works.
Your Jim Clark photo 1967 at the Glen. Can you tell me where is was taken from? My guess is the straight headed to the left-right before the start / finish. I was watching from there - witnessing one of the most incredible driving feats I've ever seen. This picture captures like no other I've seen how high the nose was (pre-aero) on that straight. And, he kept the throttle on, in the rain, while all others backed off.
- Me too. I've never tried to talk to anyone on wiki. If it's easier, you can reach me at email@example.com
- My memory isn't the best but I think you're correct as to the location of the shot. I remember he and Hill flying thru that turn while everyone else was downshifting. Too bad we couldn't have those cars with today's safety. That really was a golden age of F1.