TRIBUTES to Jim Clark were led by Lord March, Sir Stirling Moss, drivers and friends at Goodwood Revival today.
Lord March said he was ‘the perfect Scottish gentleman, a pleasant and unassuming racing driver’.
While Sir Stirling Moss described him as: “The only man I fear.”
During his time as a British Formula One Racing Driver Jim Clark won two world championships in 1963 and 1965.
In race results, the Barry Sheene Memorial Trophy was won by Grant and Johnson in a MV Agusta 500/3.
Fastest lap was recorded by Oversby/Sharpe, also in a MV Agusta 500/3.
The St Mary’s Trophy was won by Tom Kristensen in a Ford Galaxie 500. He also recorded the fastest lap.