Jackie Stewart on Murray Walkers F1 Greats
Sir John Young "Jackie" Stewart, better known as Jackie, and nicknamed The
Flying Scot, is a Scottish former racing driver. He competed in Formula One
between 1965 and 1973, winning three World Drivers' Championships.
Goodwood Festival of Speed 2010: Sir Jackie Stewart Driving the Lotus-Ford 38/1
During the Goodwood Festival of Speed 2010, The Henry Ford debuted the
Lotus-Ford 38/1 post-restoration. This is a short video of Sir Jackie
Stewart driving the Lotus-Ford 38/1 away from the holding area and headed
for the Start line. For more information, please visit
http://www.thehenryford.org or http:/www.racinginamerica.com.
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.
Al Unser Sr, talks about Jimmy Clark's 1965 Lotus-Ford.
May 27, 2011 - Al Unser Sr. at Indianapolis Motor Speedway Firestone Garage
talking about his former teamate Jim Clark and driving Clark's Lotus-Ford
1965 Indy 500 winning car in a special parade before the 2011 Indy 500 Race
Sunday May 29, 2011. For more information go to RacinginAmerica.com
Nurburgring '1967 [TEAM LOTUS]
Winner: Denny Hulme (Brabham-Repco)
Pole position: Jim Clark (Lotus-Ford) - 8:04.1
Fastest Lap: Dan Gurney (Eagle-Weslake) - 8:15.1
Nine Days In Summer - Ford Archive Gems DVD 1967
Lotus 38/1 starting and warm-up at Goodwood FOS 2010
Lotus 38/1 at the Goodwood Festival Of Speed 2010 being started and warmed
up in the pits, prior to Jackie Stewart doing a demo run up the hill.
This Lotus 38 number 1 was the winner of the 1965 Indy 500 with Jim Clark
driving. Jim Clark's first Indy, the Lotus 38/1's first race and a win
first time out! The first rear engined car to win the Indy 500, and set a
trend that's remained ever since.
What you can't see from this angle is the severe offset of the main body
towards the left hand wheels, done to give the car better balance on the
left hand corners, and total lack of righ thand turn's in Indy style oval
Powered by a Ford 4.2 litre V8, from a Ford Fairline, running on Methanol,
at least that's what it smelled like;) and the blue flames also give the
clue it wasn't petrol.
Just love that V8 sound!