Jim Clark Gift Set
First mug featuring his Lotus 49 from 1968
This was his final win and race in Formula 1. On 7 April 1968 Clark, one of the most successful and popular drivers of all time, was killed at Hockenheim in West Germany at a Formula Two event. Jim Clark had gone off the track caused by what was believed to be a deflating rear tire; 90% of the Hockenheim circuit was made up of two long, slightly curving straights running through thick forests. Because there was no protection from the solid trees lining the circuit on both sides, Clark's Lotus smashed into a wall of trees, killing him instantly and totally destroying the car.
I'D GET MYSELF MADDER THAN HELL AND TAKE OFF!
Second mug featuring his Ford Lotus Cortina from the British Touring Car Championship (BTCC) in 1964
Jim won all 8 races in Class B to secure the Championship that year, beating John Flitzpatrick by 10 points in his Morris Mini Cooper S.
THE SUPREME ATTRACTION OF MOTOR RACING
TO ME IS DRIVING THE CAR AS NEAR THE PHYSICAL LIMIT
AS POSSIBLE WITHOUT STEPPING OVER IT
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All of our mugs are designed and printed by ourselves using the latest sublimation techniques.
The diameter of the mug is 81mm and the height is 96mm. Our mugs are also microwave and dishwasher safe and long lasting, but it’s always best to hand wash to keep the design fresh.
Your mug/mugs will be packaged securely to ensure safe delivery and will be sent via Royal Mail 1st Class Signed for (UK Purchases) and (International Tracked) for everywhere else.
These mugs are great as a gift to someone or just as a treat to yourself!
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