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Jim Clark was one of the greatest world champions that motor racing has ever seen. He won the world championship twice, as well as the Indianapolis 500. At the time of his death he had won more Grand Prix races and more pole positions than any other driver. His drive in the 1967 Italian Grand Prix at Monza is regarded as one of the greatest drives ever. Then, at only 32 years of age, Clark was killed when his car crashed during a race in Hockenheimring, Germany. His story is told here by the curator of the museum dedicated to his extraordinary exploits.