Books - Jim Clark, Tribute to a Champion (Author: Dymock)
Product Review Taken From Four Small Wheels Magazine Jim Clark, Tribute to a Champion Weight 1.2kg by Eric Dymock Eric Dymock first met Jim Clark when they were competing against each other on the Scottish Rally in 1955, at the time Clark had not yet sat in a racing car and Dymock hadnít started his career as a journalist. They became firm friends and this is a comprehensive biography of one of the all-time greats by someone very well placed. The core of the text was first published in 1997 and it is updated here with additional information about the Jim Clark Trust (to which a royalty is donated on each copy sold) and museum and the images have been updated with plenty of colour included. The pictures are all quite small, but this is a book about text rather than photographs and is a fascinating read.
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176 pages. Released 15/05/17
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