Jim Clark was arguably the best driver the world has seen and certainly one of the most versatile. He died when he was just 33 but by then the Scottish farmer’s lad had surpassed the Grand Prix victory total of the legendary Juan Manuel Fangio. Even Fangio himself said he was the best ever driver. Clark started 73 races and won 25. He was World Champion in 1963 and 1965 and set Ford on its path to fame by pushing the Cosworth DFV engine to victory on its first F1 outing. He was also the first non-American to win Indianapolis 500. No one understands Jim Clark better than Eric Dymock, fellow Scot, long-time reporter on the racing scene at its highest level. Dymock has bought his definitive biography up to date by including in it what some contemporary heroes have to say about the man, and many previously unpublished photographs.