Jim Clark’s Competition Data – Sorted by Circuit

Below is a list of all of the races in which Jimmy Clark competed during his life. The data has been sorted according to Circuit.

Source: Gauld, Graham, Jim Clark Remembered, Arco Publishing Company, Inc., New York, 1975

Reprinted with permission kindly given by Graham Gauld.

Circuit Date Event Car Place (Result) Comment
Aintree 4/18/1959 Sports Cars, over 1,500 cc Lister-Jaguar (ex Bruce-Halford, Archie Scott Brown) 6th
Aintree 7/18/1959 Sports Cars, over 2,000 cc Lister-Jaguar (ex Bruce-Halford, Archie Scott Brown) 2nd
Aintree 4/30/1960 Aintree 200 (F2) Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) Ret
Aintree 4/30/1960 Formula Junior Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) Ret
Aintree 4/22/1961 Aintree 200 Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) 8th
Aintree 7/15/1961 British Grand Prix Lotus 21 (Formula 1 car with Climax FPF engine) Ret
Aintree 4/28/1962 Aintree 200
Lotus 24 (F1 car built to take V8 Coventry Climax and BRM engines)
1st
Aintree 7/21/1962 British Grand Prix Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) 1st
Aintree 4/27/1963 Aintree 200 Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) 3rd
Aintree 4/18/1964 Sports Car Race Lotus 30 (backbone-chassis rear-engined sports car, V8-engined) 2nd
Aintree 4/18/1964 Aintree 200 Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) Ret
Aintree 4/18/1964 Saloon Car Race Lotus Cortina (Lotus-engined Ford Cortina Lotus 28) 3rd
Albi 9/13/1964 Albi Grand Prix (F2) Lotus 32 (monocoque F2 car) Ret
Albi 9/24/1967 Formula 2 Race Lotus 48 (F2 car with FVA engine) 3rd
Ardmore 1/7/1961 New Zealand Grand Prix Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) 7th
Ardmore 1/10/1965 New Zealand Grand Prix:Heat Lotus 32 (monocoque F2 car) 1st
Ardmore 1/10/1965 New Zealand Grand Prix:Final Lotus 32 (monocoque F2 car) Ret
Barcelona 4/24/1966 Juan Jover (F2) Lotus 44 (F2 car based on Lotus 35) Ret
Barcelona 4/9/1967 Formula 2 Race Lotus 48 (F2 car with FVA engine) 1st
Barcelona 3/31/1968 Formula 2 Race Lotus 48 (F2 car with FVA engine) Ret
Bo’ness Hill Climb 7/11/1959 Sports Cars, over 2,000 cc Lister-Jaguar (ex Bruce-Halford, Archie Scott Brown) 1st 1st and ftd
Bo’ness Hill Climb 7/11/1959 Sports Cars, under 1,600 cc Porsche 1600S (Scott Watson’s 1600 Super) 7th
Bo’ness Hill Climb 7/11/1959 Sports Cars, under 1,600 cc Lotus Elite (Factory prototype and Scott Watson’s cars) 1st
Brands Hatch 12/26/1958 GT Cars, unlimited Lotus Elite (Factory prototype and Scott Watson’s cars) 2nd
Brands Hatch 8/29/1959 World Cup Race: Heat 1 Lotus Elite (Factory prototype and Scott Watson’s cars) 1st
Brands Hatch 8/29/1959 World Cup Race: Heat 2 Lotus Elite (Factory prototype and Scott Watson’s cars) 2nd
Brands Hatch 8/29/1959 Sports Cars, over 3,000 cc Lister-Jaguar (ex Bruce-Halford, Archie Scott Brown) 1st
Brands Hatch 12/26/1959 GT Cars, unlimited Lotus Elite (Factory prototype and Scott Watson’s cars) Ret
Brands Hatch 12/26/1959 Formula Junior Gemini (Formula Junior single-seater) Ret
Brands Hatch 8/1/1960 Formula Junior Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) 1st
Brands Hatch 8/1/1960 Guards Trophy Race (F1) Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) Ret
Brands Hatch 8/27/1960 Formula Junior Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) 2nd
Brands Hatch 8/27/1960 Kentish Hundred (F2) Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) 1st
Brands Hatch 12/26/1960 John Davy Trophy (FJ) Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) 1st
Brands Hatch 6/3/1961 Silver City Trophy Lotus 21 (Formula 1 car with Climax FPF engine) 2nd
Brands Hatch 8/7/1961 Guards Trophy (ICF) Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) 2nd
Brands Hatch 8/6/1962 Guards Trophy Lotus 23 (rear-engined sports racing car) Ret
Brands Hatch 8/5/1963 Saloon Car Race Ford Galaxie (racing saloon) 1st
Brands Hatch 7/11/1964 British Grand Prix Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) 1st
Brands Hatch 8/3/1964 British Eagle Trophy (F2) Lotus 32 (monocoque F2 car) 1st
Brands Hatch 8/3/1964 Saloon Car Race Lotus Cortina (Lotus-engined Ford Cortina Lotus 28) 2nd 1st in class
Brands Hatch 8/3/1964 Guards Trophy Lotus 30 (backbone-chassis rear-engined sports car, V8-engined) Ret
Brands Hatch 3/13/1965 Race of Champions: Heat Lotus 33 (F1 car, updated version of Lotus 25) 1st
Brands Hatch 3/13/1965 Race of Champions: Final Lotus 33 (F1 car, updated version of Lotus 25) Ret
Brands Hatch 3/13/1965 Saloon Car Race Lotus Cortina (Lotus-engined Ford Cortina Lotus 28) Ret
Brands Hatch 8/30/1965 British Eagle Trophy (F2) Lotus 35 (F2/3 car) 1st
Brands Hatch 8/30/1965 Sports Car Race Heat 1 Lotus 40 (large-capacity sports car based on 30) 8th
Brands Hatch 8/30/1965 Sports Car Race Heat 2 Lotus 40 (large-capacity sports car based on 30) Ret
Brands Hatch 8/30/1965 Saloon Car Race Lotus Cortina (Lotus-engined Ford Cortina Lotus 28) Ret
Brands Hatch 7/16/1966 British Grand Prix Lotus 33 (F1 car, updated version of Lotus 25) 4th
Brands Hatch 8/29/1966 Saloon Car Race Lotus Cortina (Lotus-engined Ford Cortina Lotus 28) 1st
Brands Hatch 8/29/1966 Guards Trophy: Heat 1 Felday 4 (four-wheel-drive sports car) 1st in class
Brands Hatch 8/29/1966 Guards Trophy: Heat 2 Felday 4 (four-wheel-drive sports car) Ret
Brands Hatch 10/30/1966 Motor Show 200 (F2) Heat Lotus 44 (F2 car based on Lotus 35) 3rd
Brands Hatch 10/30/1966 Motor Show 200 (F2) Final Lotus 44 (F2 car based on Lotus 35) 3rd
Brunton Beadnell 10/7/1956 High-speed trials Sunbeam Mk3 (Clark’s own private car) 6th
Brunton Beadnell 10/7/1956 High-speed trials DKW Sonderklasse (Ian Scott Watson’s 3-cyl 2-stroke saloon) 6th
Brussels 4/10/1960 Brussels Grand Prix (F2) Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) Ret
Brussels 4/8/1961 Brussels Grand Prix Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) Ret
Brussels 4/1/1962 Brussels Grand Prix Lotus 24 (F1 car built to take V8 Coventry Climax and BRM engines) Ret
Cape Town 1/1/1962 Cape Grand Prix Lotus 21 (Formula 1 car with Climax FPF engine) 2nd
Charterhall 6/30/1957 Production Cars Handicap DKW Sonderklasse (Ian Scott Watson’s 3-cyl 2-stroke saloon) 4th
Charterhall 9/1/1957 Sports 1,501-2,700 cc Sunbeam Mk3 (Clark’s own private car) 8th
Charterhall 10/5/1957 BMRC Trophy Porsche 1600S (Scott Watson’s 1600 Super) 1st
Charterhall 10/5/1957 Production Touring Cars (Handicap) Porsche 1600S (Scott Watson’s 1600 Super) 2nd
Charterhall 10/5/1957 Production Sports Cars (Handicap) Porsche 1600S (Scott Watson’s 1600 Super) 3rd
Charterhall 4/27/1958 Racing, Formula Libre Jaguar D-type (Border Rievers D-type chassis XKD 517) 8th
Charterhall 4/27/1958 Sports Cars, 1,500-3,000 cc Porsche 1600S (Scott Watson’s 1600 Super) 4th
Charterhall 4/27/1958 Sports Cars, under 2,000 cc Porsche 1600S (Scott Watson’s 1600 Super) Ret
Charterhall 6/29/1958 Formula Libre Jaguar D-type (Border Rievers D-type chassis XKD 517) 1st
Charterhall 6/29/1958 Sports Cars, unlimited Jaguar D-type (Border Rievers D-type chassis XKD 517) 1st
Charterhall 7/6/1958 BMRC Trophy (Handicap) Jaguar D-type (Border Rievers D-type chassis XKD 517) 2nd
Charterhall 7/6/1958 Racing Cars (Handicap) Jaguar D-type (Border Rievers D-type chassis XKD 517) 1st
Charterhall 7/6/1958 Touring Cars (Handicap) Porsche 1600S (Scott Watson’s 1600 Super) 2nd
Charterhall 7/6/1958 Production Sports Cars (Handicap) Porsche 1600S (Scott Watson’s 1600 Super) 4th
Charterhall 9/28/1958 Sports Cars, under 1,600 cc Porsche 1600S (Scott Watson’s 1600 Super) 3rd
Charterhall 9/28/1958 Sports Cars, over 1,500 cc Jaguar D-type (Border Rievers D-type chassis XKD 517) 3rd
Charterhall 9/28/1958 Formula Libre Jaguar D-type (Border Rievers D-type chassis XKD 517) 2nd
Charterhall 4/25/1959 GT Cars, under 1,600 cc Porsche 1600S (Scott Watson’s 1600 Super) 2nd
Charterhall 4/25/1959 Sports Cars, over 2,000 cc Lister-Jaguar (ex Bruce-Halford, Archie Scott Brown) 1st
Charterhall 4/25/1959 Formula Libre Lister-Jaguar (ex Bruce-Halford, Archie Scott Brown) 1st
Charterhall 9/27/1959 Sports Cars, under 1,300 cc Lotus Elite (Factory prototype and Scott Watson’s cars) 5th
Charterhall 9/27/1959 GT Cars, unlimited Lotus Elite (Factory prototype and Scott Watson’s cars) 1st
Charterhall 9/27/1959 Sports Cars, over 1,500 cc Lister-Jaguar (ex Bruce-Halford, Archie Scott Brown) Ret
Charterhall 10/4/1959 Formula Libre Lister-Jaguar (ex Bruce-Halford, Archie Scott Brown) 1st
Charterhall 10/4/1959 BMRC Trophy Handicap Lister-Jaguar (ex Bruce-Halford, Archie Scott Brown) 13th
Charterhall 10/4/1959 Sports Cars, over 1,500 cc Lister-Jaguar (ex Bruce-Halford, Archie Scott Brown) 1st
Charterhall 10/4/1959 GT Cars, unlimited Lotus Elite (Factory prototype and Scott Watson’s cars) 1st
Charterhall 10/4/1959 Sports Cars, under 1,300 cc Lotus Elite (Factory prototype and Scott Watson’s cars) 4th
Charterhall 9/25/1960 Formula Libre  Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) Ret
Charterhall 9/24/1961 Sports Car, unlimited Aston Martin DBR1 (ex-factory car burned out at Goodwood) 2nd
Charterhall 9/24/1961 Formula Libre Aston Martin DBR1 (ex-factory car burned out at Goodwood) 2nd
Christchurch 1/21/1961 Lady Wigram Trophy Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) Ret
Christchurch 1/23/1965 Lady Wigram Trophy:Heat Lotus 32 (monocoque F2 car) 1st
Christchurch 1/23/1965 Lady Wigram Trophy:Final Lotus 32 (monocoque F2 car) 1st
Christchurch 1/22/1966 Lady Wigram Trophy Lotus 39 (originally F1 car, but became Tasman car and GP car) Ret
Christchurch 1/21/1967 Lady Wigram Trophy Lotus 33 (F1 car, updated version of Lotus 25) 1st
Christchurch 1/20/1968 Lady Wigram Trophy Lotus 49 (F1 car with 3-litre Cosworth engine) 1st
Clermond Ferrand 6/27/1965 French Grand Prix Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) 1st
Crimond 6/16/1956 Sports under 1,200 cc DKW Sonderklasse (Ian Scott Watson’s 3-cyl 2-stroke saloon) 8th
Crimond 6/21/1958 Sports Cars, 1,500-3,000 cc Porsche 1600S (Scott Watson’s 1600 Super) 4th
Crimond 6/21/1958 Invitation Handicap Jaguar D-type (Border Rievers D-type chassis XKD 517) 8th
Crimond 6/21/1958 Sports Cars, unlimited Jaguar D-type (Border Rievers D-type chassis XKD 517) 1st
Crystal Palace 6/3/1963 Sports Car Race Lotus 23 (rear-engined sports racing car) 1st
Crystal Palace 5/18/1964 London Trophy (F2): Heat Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) 2nd
Crystal Palace 5/18/1964 London Trophy (F2): Final Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) 10th
Crystal Palace 5/18/1964 Saloon Car Race Lotus Cortina (Lotus-engined Ford Cortina Lotus 28) 1st
Crystal Palace 6/7/1965 London Trophy (F2): Overall Lotus 32 (monocoque F2 car) 1st
Crystal Palace 6/7/1965 London Trophy (F2): Heat 2 Lotus 32 (monocoque F2 car) 1st
Crystal Palace 6/7/1965 London Trophy (F2): Heat 1 Lotus 32 (monocoque F2 car) 1st
Daytona 2/11/1962 Inter-Cantinental GT Race, 1,300 cc Class Lotus Elite (Factory prototype and Scott Watson’s cars) 4th
East London 12/26/1961 South African Grand Prix Lotus 21 (Formula 1 car with Climax FPF engine) 1st
East London 12/29/1962 South African Grand Prix Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) Ret
East London 12/28/1963 South African Grand Prix Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) 1st
East London 1/1/1965 South African Grand Prix Lotus 33 (F1 car, updated version of Lotus 25) 1st
Enna 8/16/1964 Mediterranean Grand Prix Lotus 33 (F1 car, updated version of Lotus 25) 2nd
Enna 8/15/1965 Mediterranean Grand Prix Lotus 33 (F1 car, updated version of Lotus 25) 2nd
Full Sutton 4/5/1958 Racing Cars, over 500 cc Jaguar D-type (Border Rievers D-type chassis XKD 517) 1st
Full Sutton 4/5/1958 Sports Cars, unlimited Jaguar D-type (Border Rievers D-type chassis XKD 517) 1st
Full Sutton 4/5/1958 Production Sports Cars, unlimited Porsche 1600S (Scott Watson’s 1600 Super) 6th
Full Sutton 5/24/1958 Sports Cars, unlimited Jaguar D-type (Border Rievers D-type chassis XKD 517) 1st
Full Sutton 5/24/1958 Formula Libre Jaguar D-type (Border Rievers D-type chassis XKD 517) 1st
Full Sutton 5/24/1958 Saloons and GT Cars, unlimited Porsche 1600S (Scott Watson’s 1600 Super) 1st
Full Sutton 7/12/1958 Sports Cars under 1,600 cc Porsche 1600S (Scott Watson’s 1600 Super) 1st
Full Sutton 7/12/1958 Sports Cars, over 1,500 cc Jaguar D-type (Border Rievers D-type chassis XKD 517) 1st
Full Sutton 7/12/1958 Formula Libre Jaguar D-type (Border Rievers D-type chassis XKD 517) 1st
Goodwood 5/18/1959 Whitsun Trophy (Sports Car) Lister-Jaguar (ex Bruce-Halford, Archie Scott Brown) Ret
Goodwood 8/18/1959 Tourist Trophy Tojiero-Jaguar (Ecurie Ecosse car written off by Masten Gregory) Ret
Goodwood 3/19/1960 Formula Junior Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) 1st
Goodwood 4/16/1960 Formula Junior Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) 1st
Goodwood 4/16/1960 Sports Car Race Aston Martin DBR1 (ex-factory car burned out at Goodwood) Ret
Goodwood 8/19/1960 BARC FJ Championship Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) 2nd
Goodwood 8/19/1961 Tourist Trophy Aston Martin DB4 (John Ogier team car) 4th
Goodwood 8/18/1962 Tourist Trophy Aston Martin DB4 (John Ogier team car) Ret
Goodwood 3/30/1964 Saloon Car Race Lotus Cortina (Lotus-engined Ford Cortina Lotus 28) 2nd 1st in class
Goodwood 3/30/1964 International Trophy Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) 1st
Goodwood 8/29/1964 Tourist Trophy Lotus 30 (backbone-chassis rear-engined sports car, V8-engined) 12th
Goodwood 4/19/1965 International Trophy Lotus 33 (F1 car, updated version of Lotus 25) 1st
Goodwood 4/19/1965 Saloon Car Race Lotus Cortina (Lotus-engined Ford Cortina Lotus 28) 1st
Goodwood 4/19/1965 Sports Car Race Lotus 30 (backbone-chassis rear-engined sports car, V8-engined) 1st
Goodwood 4/11/1966 Saloon Car Race Lotus Cortina (Lotus-engined Ford Cortina Lotus 28) 4th 1st in class
Goodwood 4/11/1966 International Trophy (F2) Lotus 35 (F2/3 car) Ret
Hameenlinna 9/5/1967 Formula 2 Race Lotus 48 (F2 car with FVA engine) 3rd
Hockenheim 4/7/1968 Hockenheim F2 Lotus 48 (F2 car with FVA engine) Accident Killed
Imola 4/21/1963 Imola Grand Prix Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) 1st
Indianapolis 5/30/1963 500-mile Memorial Stakes Lotus 29 (Indianapolis car similar to 25 with Ford V8 4.2 engine) 2nd
Indianapolis 5/30/1964 500-mile Memorial Stakes Lotus 34 (Indianapolis car, updated Lotus 29) Ret
Indianapolis 5/31/1965 500-mile Memorial Stakes Lotus 38 (Indianapolis car, based on Lotus 34) 1st
Indianapolis 5/30/1966 500-mile Memorial Stakes Lotus 38 (Indianapolis car, based on Lotus 34) 2nd
Indianapolis 5/30/1967 500-mile Memorial Stakes Lotus 38 (Indianapolis car, based on Lotus 34) Ret race finfish delayed until 5/31/1967
Invercargill 1/30/1965 Teretonga Trophy: Heat Lotus 32 (monocoque F2 car) 1st
Invercargill 1/30/1965 Teretonga Trophy: Flying Farewell Lotus 32 (monocoque F2 car) 2nd
Invercargill 1/30/1965 Teretonga Trophy:Final Lotus 32 (monocoque F2 car) 1st
Invercargill 1/29/1966 Teretonga Trophy Lotus 39 (originally F1 car, but became Tasman car and GP car) Ret
Invercargill 1/28/1967 Teretonga Trophy Lotus 33 (F1 car, updated version of Lotus 25) 1st
Invercargill 1/28/1968 Teretonga Trophy Lotus 49 (F1 car with 3-litre Cosworth engine) 2nd
Jamara 7/23/1967 Formula 2 Race Lotus 48 (F2 car with FVA engine) 1st
Jamara 11/12/1967 Spanish Grand Prix Lotus 49 (F1 car with 3-litre Cosworth engine) 1st
Karlskoga 8/20/1961 Swedish Grand Prix Lotus 21 (Formula 1 car with Climax FPF engine) Ret
Karlskoga 8/11/1963 Swedish Grand Prix Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) 1st
Karlskoga 8/9/1964 Canon Race (F2) Lotus 32 (monocoque F2 car) 2nd
Karlskoga 8/21/1966 Formula 2 Race Lotus 44 (F2 car based on Lotus 35) 3rd
Karlskoga 8/13/1967 Formula 2 Race Lotus 48 (F2 car with FVA engine) 3rd
Kiemola 8/28/1966 Formula 2 Race Lotus 44 (F2 car based on Lotus 35) 3rd
Kiemola 9/3/1967 Formula 2 Race Lotus 48 (F2 car with FVA engine) 1st
Kyalami 12/9/1961 Rand Grand Prix Lotus 21 (Formula 1 car with Climax FPF engine) 1st
Kyalami 12/15/1962 Rand Grand Prix Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) 1st
Kyalami 12/14/1963 Rand Grand Prix Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) Ret
Kyalami 1/1/1967 South African Grand Prix Lotus 43 (F1 monocoque designed for BRM H16 engine) Ret fuel
Kyalami 1/1/1968 South African Grand Prix Lotus 49 (F1 car with 3-litre Cosworth engine) 1st
Laguna Seca 10/20/1963 Montery Grand Prix Lotus 19 (rear-engined Lotus sports car fitted with various engines) Ret
Lakeside 3/7/1965 Tasman Cup Lotus 32 (monocoque F2 car) 1st
Lakeside 2/20/1966 Australian Grand Prix Lotus 39 (originally F1 car, but became Tasman car and GP car) 3rd
Lakeside 2/12/1967 Tasman Cup Race Lotus 33 (F1 car, updated version of Lotus 25) 1st
Le Mans 6/20/1959 24-Hour Race: Overall Lotus Elite (Factory prototype and Scott Watson’s cars) 10th
Le Mans 6/20/1959 1,500 cc Class Lotus Elite (Factory prototype and Scott Watson’s cars) 2nd
Le Mans 6/20/1959 Index of Performance Lotus Elite (Factory prototype and Scott Watson’s cars) 11th
Le Mans 6/25/1960 24-Hour Race Aston Martin DBR1 (ex-factory car burned out at Goodwood) 3rd 3rd overall
Le Mans 6/9/1961 24-Hour Race Aston Martin DBR1 (ex-factory car burned out at Goodwood) Ret
Le Mans 7/2/1967 French Grand Prix Lotus 49 (F1 car with 3-litre Cosworth engine) Ret
Levin 1/14/1961 Tasman Race Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) 2nd
Levin 1/16/1965 Tasman Cup Race:Heat Lotus 32 (monocoque F2 car) 1st
Levin 1/16/1965 Tasman Cup Race:Flying Farewell Lotus 32 (monocoque F2 car) 1st
Levin 1/16/1965 Tasman Cup Race:Final Lotus 32 (monocoque F2 car) 1st
Levin 1/15/1966 Gold Leaf Trophy Lotus 39 (originally F1 car, but became Tasman car and GP car) 2nd
Levin 1/14/1967 Tasman Cup Race Lotus 33 (F1 car, updated version of Lotus 25) 1st
Levin 1/13/1968 Tasman Cup Race Lotus 49 (F1 car with 3-litre Cosworth engine) Ret
Longford 3/1/1965 Tasman Cup: Final Lotus 32 (monocoque F2 car) 5th
Longford 3/1/1965 Tasman Cup: Heat Lotus 32 (monocoque F2 car) 5th
Longford 3/6/1966 Tasman Cup Race Lotus 39 (originally F1 car, but became Tasman car and GP car) 7th
Longford 3/6/1967 Tasman Cup Race Lotus 33 (F1 car, updated version of Lotus 25) 2nd
Longford 3/4/1968 Tasman Cup Race Lotus 49 (F1 car with 3-litre Cosworth engine) 5th
Mallory Park 8/4/1958 Sports Cars, over 1,500 cc Jaguar D-type (Border Rievers D-type chassis XKD 517) 1st
Mallory Park 8/4/1958 Formula Libre Final Jaguar D-type (Border Rievers D-type chassis XKD 517) 7th
Mallory Park 8/4/1958 Formula Libre Heat Jaguar D-type (Border Rievers D-type chassis XKD 517) 2nd
Mallory Park 3/30/1959 Sports Cars, over 1,200 cc Lister-Jaguar (ex Bruce-Halford, Archie Scott Brown) 1st
Mallory Park 3/30/1959 Formula Libre: Heat Lister-Jaguar (ex Bruce-Halford, Archie Scott Brown) 1st
Mallory Park 3/30/1959 GT Cars, 1,000-1,600 cc Lotus Elite (Factory prototype and Scott Watson’s cars) 1st
Mallory Park 3/30/1959 Formula Libre: Final Lister-Jaguar (ex Bruce-Halford, Archie Scott Brown) 1st
Mallory Park 8/2/1959 Formula Libre: Heat Lister-Jaguar (ex Bruce-Halford, Archie Scott Brown) 3rd
Mallory Park 8/2/1959 Formula Libre: Final Lister-Jaguar (ex Bruce-Halford, Archie Scott Brown) 4th
Mallory Park 8/2/1959 Sports Cars, over 1,200 cc: Final Lister-Jaguar (ex Bruce-Halford, Archie Scott Brown) 2nd
Mallory Park 8/2/1959 GT Cars, up to 1,600 cc Lotus Elite (Factory prototype and Scott Watson’s cars) 2nd
Mallory Park 8/2/1959 Sports Cars, over 1,200 cc: Heat Lister-Jaguar (ex Bruce-Halford, Archie Scott Brown) 2nd
Mallory Park 9/13/1959 GT Cars, 1,000-1,600 cc Lotus Elite (Factory prototype and Scott Watson’s cars) 1st
Mallory Park 9/13/1959 Formula Libre: Heat Lister-Jaguar (ex Bruce-Halford, Archie Scott Brown) 3rd
Mallory Park 9/13/1959 Formula Libre: Final Lister-Jaguar (ex Bruce-Halford, Archie Scott Brown) 8th
Mallory Park 9/13/1959 Sports Cars, over 1,200 cc Lister-Jaguar (ex Bruce-Halford, Archie Scott Brown) 1st
Mallory Park 6/11/1962 2,000 Guineas Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) Ret
Mallory Park 5/16/1964 Guards Trophy Lotus 30 (backbone-chassis rear-engined sports car, V8-engined) 1st
Mallory Park 5/16/1964 Grovewood Trophy (F2) Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) 1st
Mexico City 11/4/1962 Mexican Grand Prix Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) 1st
Mexico City 10/27/1963 Mexican Grand Prix Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) 1st
Mexico City 10/25/1964 Mexican Grand Prix Lotus 33 (F1 car, updated version of Lotus 25) Ret
Mexico City 10/24/1965 Mexican Grand Prix Lotus 33 (F1 car, updated version of Lotus 25) Ret
Mexico City 10/23/1966 Mexican Grand Prix Lotus 43 (F1 monocoque designed for BRM H16 engine) Ret
Mexico City 10/22/1967 Mexican Grand Prix Lotus 49 (F1 car with 3-litre Cosworth engine) 1st
Milwaukee 8/18/1963 Milwaukee 200 Lotus 29 (Indianapolis car similar to 25 with Ford V8 4.2 engine) 1st
Modena 9/3/1961 Modena Grand Prix Lotus 21 (Formula 1 car with Climax FPF engine) 4th
Monaco 5/27/1960 Formula Junior Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) 7th
Monaco 5/14/1961 Monaco Grand Prix Lotus 21 (Formula 1 car with Climax FPF engine) 10th
Monaco 6/3/1962 Monaco Grand Prix Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) Ret
Monaco 5/26/1963 Monaco Grand Prix Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) Ret
Monaco 5/10/1964 Monaco Grand Prix Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) 4th
Monaco 5/22/1966 Monaco Grand Prix Lotus 33 (F1 car, updated version of Lotus 25) Ret
Monaco 5/7/1967 Monaco Grand Prix Lotus 33 (F1 car, updated version of Lotus 25) Ret
Montlhery 10/15/1961 Paris 1,000 Km Aston Martin DB4 (John Ogier team car) 6t
Montlhery 10/12/1962 Paris 1,000 Km Aston Martin DB4 (John Ogier team car) Ret
Montlhery 9/11/1966 Montlhery GP (F2) Lotus 44 (F2 car based on Lotus 35) 2nd
Monza 9/10/1961 Italian Grand Prix Lotus 21 (Formula 1 car with Climax FPF engine) Ret
Monza 9/16/1962 Italian Grand Prix Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) Ret
Monza 9/8/1963 Italian Grand Prix Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) 1st
Monza 9/6/1964 Italian Grand Prix Lotus 33 (F1 car, updated version of Lotus 25) Ret
Monza 9/12/1965 Italian Grand Prix Lotus 33 (F1 car, updated version of Lotus 25) Ret
Monza 9/4/1966 Italian Grand Prix Lotus 43 (F1 monocoque designed for BRM H16 engine) Ret
Monza 9/10/1967 Italian Grand Prix Lotus 49 (F1 car with 3-litre Cosworth engine) 3rd
Mosport 6/1/1963 Sports Car Race Lotus 23 (rear-engined sports racing car) 3rd in class
Mosport 9/26/1964 Sports Car Race Lotus 30 (backbone-chassis rear-engined sports car, V8-engined) Ret
Mosport 6/5/1965 Sports Car Race Lotus 30 (backbone-chassis rear-engined sports car, V8-engined) Ret
Mosport 8/27/1967 Canadian Grand Prix Lotus 49 (F1 car with 3-litre Cosworth engine) Ret
Nurburbring 8/2/1964 German Grand Prix Lotus 33 (F1 car, updated version of Lotus 25) Ret
Nurburbring 8/1/1965 German Grand Prix Lotus 33 (F1 car, updated version of Lotus 25) 1st
Nurburbring 8/7/1966 German Grand Prix Lotus 33 (F1 car, updated version of Lotus 25) Ret
Nurnburgring 5/22/1960 1,000 Km Aston Martin DBR1 (ex-factory car burned out at Goodwood) Ret
Nurnburgring 5/28/1961 1,000 Km Aston Martin DBR1 (ex-factory car burned out at Goodwood) Ret
Nurnburgring 8/6/1961 German Grand Prix Lotus 21 (Formula 1 car with Climax FPF engine) 4th
Nurnburgring 5/27/1962 1,000 Km Lotus 23 (rear-engined sports racing car) Ret
Nurnburgring 8/5/1962 German Grand Prix Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) 4th
Nurnburgring 8/4/1963 German Grand Prix Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) 2nd
Nurnburgring 4/26/1964 Eifelrannen (F2) Lotus 32 (monocoque F2 car) 1st
Nurnburgring 8/6/1967 German Grand Prix Lotus 49 (F1 car with 3-litre Cosworth engine) Ret
Nurnburgring (South Circuit) 4/23/1967 Eifelrannen (F2) Lotus 48 (F2 car with FVA engine) Ret
Ollon-Villars 8/26/1962 Hill Climb Lotus 21 (Formula 1 car with Climax FPF engine) 3rd
Oporto 8/14/1960 Portuguese Grand Prix Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) 3rd
Oulton Park 4/11/1959 Sports Cars, over 1,500 cc Lister-Jaguar (ex Bruce-Halford, Archie Scott Brown) 8th
Oulton Park 4/11/1959 Sports Cars, under 1,500 cc Lotus Elite (Factory prototype and Scott Watson’s cars) 10th
Oulton Park 4/2/1960 Formula Junior Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) 1st
Oulton Park 4/2/1960 Sports Car Race Aston Martin DBR1 (ex-factory car burned out at Goodwood) 3rd
Oulton Park 9/24/1960 Formula Junior: Heat 1 Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) 1st
Oulton Park 9/24/1960 Formula Junior: Heat 2 Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) 1st
Oulton Park 9/24/1960 Gold Cup Race (F1) Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) Ret
Oulton Park 9/23/1961 Gold Cup Lotus 21 (Formula 1 car with Climax FPF engine) Ret
Oulton Park 9/1/1962 Sports Car Race Lotus 23 (rear-engined sports racing car) 2nd
Oulton Park 9/1/1962 Gold Cup Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) 1st
Oulton Park 4/6/1963 British Empire Trophy Lotus 23 (rear-engined sports racing car) 1st
Oulton Park 9/21/1963 Sports Car Race Lotus 23 (rear-engined sports racing car) 1st
Oulton Park 9/21/1963 Gold Cup Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) 1st
Oulton Park 4/11/1964 Saloon Car Race Lotus Cortina (Lotus-engined Ford Cortina Lotus 28) 1st
Oulton Park 4/11/1964 GT Race Lotus Elan (Lotus 26 convertible sports car) 1st
Oulton Park 4/11/1964 Sports Car Race Lotus 19 (rear-engined Lotus sports car fitted with various engines) 1st
Oulton Park 9/19/1964 Gold Cup (F2) Lotus 32 (monocoque F2 car) 2nd
Oulton Park 9/19/1964 Saloon Car Race Lotus Cortina (Lotus-engined Ford Cortina Lotus 28) 1st
Oulton Park 5/1/1965 Tourist Trophy Lotus 30 (backbone-chassis rear-engined sports car, V8-engined) Ret
Oulton Park 9/18/1965 Gold Cup (F2) Lotus 35 (F2/3 car) 6th
Oulton Park 9/18/1965 Saloon Car Race Lotus Cortina (Lotus-engined Ford Cortina Lotus 28) 2nd
Oulton Park 9/25/1965 Albi Lotus 35 (F2/3 car) 1st
Oulton Park 9/17/1966 Gold Cup Lotus 33 (F1 car, updated version of Lotus 25) 3rd
Oulton Park 9/17/1966 Saloon Car Race Lotus Cortina (Lotus-engined Ford Cortina Lotus 28) 1st
Pau 4/3/1961 Pau Grand Prix Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) 1st
Pau 4/23/1962 Pau Grand Prix Lotus 24 (F1 car built to take V8 Coventry Climax and BRM engines) Ret
Pau 4/15/1963 Pau Grand Prix Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) 1st
Pau 4/5/1964 Pau Grand Prix (F2) Lotus 32 (monocoque F2 car) 1st
Pau 4/25/1965 Pau Grand Prix (F2) Lotus 32 (monocoque F2 car) 1st
Pau 4/17/1966 Pau Grand Prix (F2) Lotus 35 (F2/3 car) 7th
Pau 4/2/1967 Pau Grand Prix (F2) Lotus 48 (F2 car with FVA engine) 4th
Pukekohe 1/8/1966 New Zealand Grand Prix Lotus 39 (originally F1 car, but became Tasman car and GP car) Ret
Pukekohe 1/7/1967 New Zealand Grand Prix Lotus 33 (F1 car, updated version of Lotus 25) 2nd
Pukekohe 1/6/1968 New Zealand Grand Prix Lotus 49 (F1 car with 3-litre Cosworth engine) Ret
RAC Rally 11/19/1966 RAC Rally Lotus Cortina (Lotus-engined Ford Cortina Lotus 28) Ret
Rest-and-be-Thankful Hill Climb 6/28/1958 Production Sports Cars, 1,501-2,000 cc Triumph TR3 (Clark’s own car: Scottish Motor Show Car) 3rd
Rest-and-be-Thankful Hill Climb 6/28/1958 Production Sports Cars, 1,501-2,000 cc Porsche 1600S (Scott Watson’s 1600 Super) 1st
Rest-and-be-Thankful Hill Climb 7/5/1958 Sports Cars, 1,500-2,000 cc Porsche 1600S (Scott Watson’s 1600 Super) 1st
Rest-and-be-Thankful Hill Climb 7/5/1958 Sports Cars, 1,501-2,000 cc Triumph TR3 (Clark’s own car: Scottish Motor Show Car) 2nd
Rheims 7/3/1960 French Grand Prix Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) 5th
Rheims 7/3/1961 French Grand Prix Lotus 21 (Formula 1 car with Climax FPF engine) 3rd
Rheims 7/1/1962 Rheims Grand Prix Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) Ret
Rheims 6/30/1963 French Grand Prix Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) 1st
Rheims 7/5/1964 Rheims Grand Prix (F2) Lotus 32 (monocoque F2 car) 4th
Rheims 7/3/1965 Rheims Grand Prix (F2) Lotus 35 (F2/3 car) 3rd
Rheims 6/25/1967 Rheims Grand Prix (F2) Lotus 48 (F2 car with FVA engine) Ret
Riverside 11/20/1960 United States Grand Prix Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) 16th
Riverside 10/13/1963 Riverside Grand Prix Lotus 23 (rear-engined sports racing car) 1st
Riverside 10/11/1964 Times-Mirror GP Lotus 30 (backbone-chassis rear-engined sports car, V8-engined) 3rd
Riverside 10/31/1965 Times-Mirror GP Lotus 40 (large-capacity sports car based on 30) 2nd
Riverside 11/5/1967 Rex Mays 300 Vollstedt-Ford (single-seater USAC car) Ret
Rockingham 10/29/1967 Rockingham 500 Ford Fairlane (US Stock car) Ret
Roskildring 8/27/1961 Danish Grand Prix (F1) Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) Ret
Rouen 7/8/1962 French Grand Prix Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) Ret
Rouen 6/28/1964 French Grand Prix Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) Ret
Rouen 7/11/1965 Rouen GP Lotus 35 (F2/3 car) 1st
Rouen 7/9/1967 Formula 2 Race Lotus 48 (F2 car with FVA engine) Ret
Rufford 5/30/1959 Sports Cars, unlimited Lister-Jaguar (ex Bruce-Halford, Archie Scott Brown) 1st
Rufford 5/30/1959 Formula Libre Lister-Jaguar (ex Bruce-Halford, Archie Scott Brown) 2nd
Sandown Park 3/12/1962 Formula Libre: Heat Lotus 21 (Formula 1 car with Climax FPF engine) 2nd
Sandown Park 3/12/1962 Formula Libre: Final Lotus 21 (Formula 1 car with Climax FPF engine) 6th
Sandown Park 2/21/1965 Tasman Cup Lotus 32 (monocoque F2 car) 2nd
Sandown Park 2/27/1966 Tasman Cup Race Lotus 39 (originally F1 car, but became Tasman car and GP car) 2nd
Sandown Park 2/26/1967 Tasman Cup Race Lotus 33 (F1 car, updated version of Lotus 25) 1st
Sandown Park 2/25/1968 Australian Grand Prix Lotus 49 (F1 car with 3-litre Cosworth engine) 1st
Sebring 3/22/1964 Saloon Car Race Lotus Cortina (Lotus-engined Ford Cortina Lotus 28) 3rd 1st in class
Sebring 3/23/1964 12 Hours Lotus Cortina (Lotus-engined Ford Cortina Lotus 28) 21st 2nd in class
Sebring 3/26/1965 Three Hours Race Lotus Cortina (Lotus-engined Ford Cortina Lotus 28) 1st
Silverstone 8/16/1958 Six Hour Relay Race (Handicap) Porsche 1600S (Scott Watson’s 1600 Super) 22nd
Silverstone 5/14/1960 Formula Junior Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) 1st
Silverstone 5/14/1960 Sports Car Race Aston Martin DBR1 (ex-factory car burned out at Goodwood) Ret
Silverstone 7/16/1960 British Grand Prix Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) 16th
Silverstone 5/6/1961 International Trophy (ICF) Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) 8th
Silverstone 7/9/1961 British Empire Trophy (ICF) Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) 5th
Silverstone 5/12/1962 International Trophy Lotus 24 (F1 car built to take V8 Coventry Climax and BRM engines) 2nd
Silverstone 5/12/1962 Sports Car Race Aston Martin DBR1 (ex-factory car burned out at Goodwood) 3rd
Silverstone 5/11/1963 International Trophy Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) 1st
Silverstone 7/20/1963 British Grand Prix Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) 1st
Silverstone 5/2/1964 International Trophy Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) Ret
Silverstone 5/2/1964 Saloon Car Race Lotus Cortina (Lotus-engined Ford Cortina Lotus 28) 3rd 1st in class
Silverstone 5/2/1964 GT Race Lotus Elan (Lotus 26 convertible sports car) 1st in class
Silverstone 5/2/1964 Sports Car Race Lotus 30 (backbone-chassis rear-engined sports car, V8-engined) Ret
Silverstone 3/20/1965 Guards Trophy Lotus 30 (backbone-chassis rear-engined sports car, V8-engined) 1st
Silverstone 7/10/1965 British Grand Prix Lotus 33 (F1 car, updated version of Lotus 25) 1st
Silverstone 7/15/1967 British Grand Prix Lotus 49 (F1 car with 3-litre Cosworth engine) 1st
Snetterton 10/10/1959 Three Hours Race Lotus Elite (Factory prototype and Scott Watson’s cars) 1st
Snetterton 9/17/1960 Lombank Trophy (F1) Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) 2nd
Snetterton 9/17/1960 Formula Junior Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) 1st
Snetterton 4/14/1962 Lombank Trophy Lotus 24 (F1 car built to take V8 Coventry Climax and BRM engines) 1st
Snetterton 9/29/1962 Three Hours Race Lotus 23 (rear-engined sports racing car) 1st
Snetterton 3/30/1963 Lombank Trophy Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) 2nd
Snetterton 9/28/1963 Saloon Car Race Lotus Cortina (Lotus-engined Ford Cortina Lotus 28) 1st
Snetterton 9/28/1963 Three Hours Race Lotus 23 (rear-engined sports racing car) 1st
Snetterton 3/14/1964 Daily Mirror Trophy Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) Ret
Snetterton 3/14/1964 Saloon Car Race Lotus Cortina (Lotus-engined Ford Cortina Lotus 28) 2nd 1st in class
Snetterton 4/10/1965 Formula 2: Heat 2 Lotus 32 (monocoque F2 car) 5th
Snetterton 4/10/1965 Formula 2: Heat 1 Lotus 32 (monocoque F2 car) 2nd
Snetterton 4/10/1965 Formula 2: Overall Lotus 32 (monocoque F2 car) 3rd
Snetterton 4/10/1965 Saloon Car Race Lotus Cortina (Lotus-engined Ford Cortina Lotus 28) 2nd (2nd in class)
Snetterton 4/8/1966 Saloon Car Race Lotus Cortina (Lotus-engined Ford Cortina Lotus 28) 3rd 1st in class
Solitude 7/24/1960 South German Grand Prix (F2) Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) 8th
Solitude 7/24/1960 Formula Junior Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) 1st
Solitude 7/23/1961 South German Grand Prix Lotus 21 (Formula 1 car with Climax FPF engine) 7th
Solitude 7/15/1962 South German Grand Prix Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) Ret
Solitude 7/28/1963 South German Grand Prix Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) 8th
Solitude 7/19/1964 South German Grand Prix Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) 1st
Spa-Francorchamps 5/18/1958 GP de Spa (over 1,500 cc) Jaguar D-type (Border Rievers D-type chassis XKD 517) 8th
Spa-Francorchamps 5/18/1958 GT Specials under 2,000 cc Porsche 1600S (Scott Watson’s 1600 Super) 5th
Spa-Francorchamps 6/19/1960 Belgian Grand Prix Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) 5th
Spa-Francorchamps 6/17/1961 Belgian Grand Prix Lotus 21 (Formula 1 car with Climax FPF engine) 12th
Spa-Francorchamps 6/17/1962 Belgian Grand Prix Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) 1st
Spa-Francorchamps 6/9/1963 Belgian Grand Prix Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) 1st
Spa-Francorchamps 6/14/1964 Belgian Grand Prix Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) 1st
Spa-Francorchamps 6/13/1965 Belgian Grand Prix Lotus 33 (F1 car, updated version of Lotus 25) 1st
Spa-Francorchamps 6/13/1966 Belgian Grand Prix Lotus 33 (F1 car, updated version of Lotus 25) Ret
Spa-Francorchamps 6/18/1967 Belgian Grand Prix Lotus 49 (F1 car with 3-litre Cosworth engine) 6th
Stobs Camp Sprint 6/3/1956 Saloons over 2,000 cc Sunbeam Mk3 (Clark’s own private car) 1st
Stobs Camp Sprint 6/8/1958 Sports Cars, under 2,000 cc Porsche 1600S (Scott Watson’s 1600 Super) 1st
Stobs Camp Sprint 6/8/1958 Sports Cars, under 2,000 cc Triumph TR3 (Clark’s own car: Scottish Motor Show Car) 2nd
Stobs Camp Sprint 6/7/1959 Sports Cars, unlimited Porsche 1600S (Scott Watson’s 1600 Super) 1st 1st and ftd
Stobs Camp Sprint 6/7/1959 GT Cars, under 1,600 cc Porsche 1600S (Scott Watson’s 1600 Super) 1st
Surfers Paradise 2/11/1968 Tasman Cup Race Lotus 49 (F1 car with 3-litre Cosworth engine) 1st
Syracuse 4/26/1961 Syracuse Grand Prix Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) 6th
Syracuse 4/4/1965 Syracuse Grand Prix Lotus 33 (F1 car, updated version of Lotus 25) 1st
Trenton 9/22/1963 State Fair Race Lotus 29 (Indianapolis car similar to 25 with Ford V8 4.2 engine) Ret
Trenton 9/27/1964 USAC Race Lotus 34 (Indianapolis car, updated Lotus 29) Ret
Tulln-Langenlebarn 7/16/1967 Formula 2 Race Lotus 48 (F2 car with FVA engine) Ret
Warwick Farm 2/14/1965 Tasman Cup Lotus 32 (monocoque F2 car) 1st
Warwick Farm 2/13/1966 Tasman Cup Race Lotus 39 (originally F1 car, but became Tasman car and GP car) 1st
Warwick Farm 2/19/1967 Australian Grand Prix Lotus 33 (F1 car, updated version of Lotus 25) 2nd
Warwick Farm 2/18/1968 Tasman Cup Race Lotus 49 (F1 car with 3-litre Cosworth engine) 1st
Watkins Glen 10/22/1961 United States Grand Prix Lotus 21 (Formula 1 car with Climax FPF engine) 7th
Watkins Glen 10/7/1962 United States Grand Prix Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) 1st
Watkins Glen 10/6/1963 United States Grand Prix Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) 3rd
Watkins Glen 10/4/1964 United States Grand Prix Lotus 33 (F1 car, updated version of Lotus 25) Ret
Watkins Glen 10/3/1965 United States Grand Prix Lotus 33 (F1 car, updated version of Lotus 25) Ret
Watkins Glen 10/2/1966 United States Grand Prix Lotus 43 (F1 monocoque designed for BRM H16 engine) 1st
Watkins Glen 10/1/1967 United States Grand Prix Lotus 49 (F1 car with 3-litre Cosworth engine) 1st
Westmead 12/17/1961 Natal Grand Prix Lotus 21 (Formula 1 car with Climax FPF engine) 1st
Westmead 12/22/1962 Natal Grand Prix: Final Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) 2nd
Westmead 12/22/1962 Natal Grand Prix: Heat Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) Ret
Winfield Sprint 9/30/1956 Modified saloons under 1,500 cc DKW Sonderklasse (Ian Scott Watson’s 3-cyl 2-stroke saloon) 1st
Winfield Sprint 9/30/1956 Saloons under 1,200 cc DKW Sonderklasse (Ian Scott Watson’s 3-cyl 2-stroke saloon) 1st
Winfield Sprint 9/30/1956 Modified saloons (unlimited) Sunbeam Mk3 (Clark’s own private car) 1st
Winfield Sprint 9/30/1956 Saloons unlimited Sunbeam Mk3 (Clark’s own private car) 1st
Winfield Sprint 10/6/1957 Sports Cars, 1,501-3,000 cc Porsche 1600S (Scott Watson’s 1600 Super) 2nd
Winfield Sprint 10/6/1957 Modified saloons (unlimited) Porsche 1600S (Scott Watson’s 1600 Super) 1st
Winfield Sprint 4/20/1958 Saloons under 2,000 cc Porsche 1600S (Scott Watson’s 1600 Super) 1st
Winfield Sprint 4/20/1958 Sports Cars, unlimited Porsche 1600S (Scott Watson’s 1600 Super) 2nd
Winfield Sprint 7/27/1958 Touring Cars, modified over 1,500 cc Porsche 1600S (Scott Watson’s 1600 Super) 1st
Winfield Sprint 7/27/1958 Sports Cars, 1,500-3,000 cc Porsche 1600S (Scott Watson’s 1600 Super) 1st
Winfield Sprint 7/27/1958 Sports-Racing Cars, unlimited Jaguar D-type (Border Rievers D-type chassis XKD 517) 1st
Winfield Sprint 7/26/1959 Sports Cars, over 1,500 cc Lister-Jaguar (ex Bruce-Halford, Archie Scott Brown) 1st
Winfield Sprint 7/26/1959 Formula Libre Lister-Jaguar (ex Bruce-Halford, Archie Scott Brown) 1st 1st and ftd
Winfield Sprint 7/26/1959 GT Cars, 1,000-2,000 cc Lotus Elite (Factory prototype and Scott Watson’s cars) 1st
Winfield Sprint 7/26/1959 GT Cars, 1,000-2,000 cc Porsche 1600S (Scott Watson’s 1600 Super) 2nd
Zandvoort 7/5/1959 World Cup Race Lotus Elite (Factory prototype and Scott Watson’s cars) Ret
Zandvoort 6/5/1960 Dutch Grand Prix Lotus 18 (first Lotus rear-engined racing car) Ret
Zandvoort 5/21/1961 Dutch Grand Prix Lotus 21 (Formula 1 car with Climax FPF engine) 3rd
Zandvoort 5/20/1962 Dutch Grand Prix Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) 9th
Zandvoort 6/23/1963 Dutch Grand Prix Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) 1st
Zandvoort 5/24/1964 Dutch Grand Prix Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) 1st
Zandvoort 7/18/1965 Dutch Grand Prix Lotus 33 (F1 car, updated version of Lotus 25) 1st
Zandvoort 7/24/1966 Dutch Grand Prix Lotus 33 (F1 car, updated version of Lotus 25) 3rd
Zandvoort 6/4/1967 Dutch Grand Prix Lotus 49 (F1 car with 3-litre Cosworth engine) 1st
Zeltweg 9/17/1961 Austrian Grand Prix Lotus 21 (Formula 1 car with Climax FPF engine) 4th
Zeltweg 9/1/1963 Austrian Grand Prix Lotus 25 (F1 monocoque car) Ret
Zeltweg 8/23/1964 Austrian Grand Prix Lotus 33 (F1 car, updated version of Lotus 25) Ret
Zolder 5/21/1967 Formula 2 Race Heat 1 Lotus 48 (F2 car with FVA engine) 1st
Zolder 5/21/1967 Formula 2 Race Heat 2 Lotus 48 (F2 car with FVA engine) 4th
Zolder 5/21/1967 Formula 2 Race Overall Lotus 48 (F2 car with FVA engine) Ret

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