Sir Jackie Stewart revving Jim Clarks Indy 500 Lotus

Turn up the volume and enjoy, 180 decibels of music as Sir Jackie Stewart revvs the guts off Jim Clark's 1965 Indy 500 winning Lotus 38

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World's Greatest Indy Racing Car
One of the most important American racing artifacts gets back on track after 45 years. The Henry Ford Museum brings Jim Clark's Lotus-Ford 38/1 back to the scene of its triumph for a turn around the historic Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Some of the men who spearheaded the project talk about the significance of the car in racing history.





Dario Franchitti Drives Jim Clarks Indy-Winning Lotus 38 Ford | Road and Track
Dario gets behind the wheel of Jim Clarks Indy-Winning Lotus 38 Ford -- and opens it up at the Brickyard. SUBSCRIBE to Road and Track https://goo.gl/ohqHvC





Jim Clark - hist last race documented by a young cameraman
A tribute to Jim Clark (* 04 March 1936, † 07 April 1968) 1968 started as his lucky year: in South Africa the Scot Jim Clark took his 25th Victory at a Grand Prix race and was therefore known as the most successful driver in the young history of the Formula 1. Just weeks later, Clark was killed in a unimportant race in Germany on the Hockenheim Ring. The cause for this fatal accident was a puncture - but there were no eyewitnesses. His death shook the entire racing sport to its core. Clark, son of a sheep farmer, was seen as "virtuoso at the steering wheel" and is still regarded as one of the greatest racing driver of all time. The young cameraman Marten Taege has documented his last race - we were impressed by these shots and have edited this short film. Stock Footage available for licensing at http://www.framepool.com/en/search/jim+clark Jim Clark (* 04. März 1936, † 07. April 1968) 1968 fing als sein Glücksjahr an: In Südafrika holte der Schotte Jim Clark seinen 25. Sieg bei einem Grand Prix Rennen und avancierte so zum bis dahin erfolgreichste Fahrer in der jungen Geschichte der Formel 1. Nur wenige Wochen später verunglückte Clark bei einem unbedeutenden Rennen in Deutschland auf dem Hockenheimring tödlich. Als Unfallursache wurde ein Reifenschaden festgestellt, Augenzeugen gab es keine. Sein Tod erschütterte den gesamten Rennsport. Clark, Sohn eines Schafzüchters, galt als „Virtuose am Lenkrad" und wird bis heute als einer der größten Rennfahrer aller Zeiten angesehen. Ein junger Kameramann, Marten Taege, hat zufällig sein letztes Rennen dokumentiert - wir waren beeindruckt von diesen Momentaufnahmen und haben diesen Kurzfilm geschnitten. Schon damals kündigten diese einzigartigen Bilder an, dass wohl keine andere Sportart so viele Triumphe und Tragödien zu bieten haben würde. Stock Footage available for licensing at http://www.framepool.com/en/search/jim+clark





"Oh Sh*t" Moments in IndyCar
I hope some of my subscribers are IndyCar fans. That's why I made this video of near misses, Bad Luck Will Power, crashes you didn't expect to happen and Indy 500 finishes. Credit for these videos go to: N2SC4RVideos, indycars, AllSportsClips, ilikepants711 and teresa1lap.




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