On-circuit rival and off-track pal Sir Jackie Stewart is to officially open the museum dedicated to Fife-born motor racing legend Jim Clark.
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The 100,000th Lotus sportscar to roll off the famous marque’s production line is up for grabs as the ultimate prize for fans of Fife-born motor racing legend Jim Clark.
Some days, John Denver sagely told us, are diamonds.
In the hands of a man regarded by many as the greatest racing driver the world has seen, the diminutive red sports car was a familiar sight on the twisty roads around his Borders farm in the early 1960s.
The project to create a Scottish motorsport centre at one of the nation’s iconic road trip locations has taken another important step forward.
“There’s only one other thing that comes close to it and it has to be a firefight.”
Motor racing fans are being given the opportunity to raise a glass to Fife-born legend Jim Clark with the release of a rare dram.