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Peter Arundell (Lotus-Climax 25) follows Phil Hill (Cooper-Climax T73), 1964 Monaco GP, Monte Carlo

Musings about cars, design, history and culture - Automobiliac - Monaco Moment of Zen

1964 Dutch GP winnerJim Clark (Lotus Climax) leads Graham Hill,Gurney andSurtees on the first lap  from a painting by Michael Turner

1964 Dutch GP winnerJim Clark (Lotus Climax) leads Graham Hill,Gurney andSurtees on the first lap from a painting by Michael Turner

itsawheelthing: the racing line …Richie Ginther (Honda leading Mike Spence (Lotus-Climax Chris Amon (Lotus-BRM 1965 French Grand Prix, Clermont Ferrand

1965 GP Belgii (Spa Fracorchamps) Lotus 33 - Climax (Jim Clark)

1965 GP Belgii (Spa Fracorchamps) Lotus 33 - Climax (Jim Clark)

1964 Phil Hill - Cooper T73 (Climax V8) - Cooper Car Co

Spa, June Phil Hill retired his Cooper-Climax from seventh place on lap 13 of the Belgian Grand Prix due to engine problems.

Ascari´s Lancia D50 is recovered from Monte Carlo harbour - 1955 Monaco GP

Monaco GP, 1955 🇮🇩 Alberto Ascari´s Lancia is recovered from Monte Carlo harbor. Askari survived unhurt, but was killed four days later while testing a Ferrari 750 LM in Italy.

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1962 Reims GP (Non-Championship) : Jim Clark, Lotus-Climax 25 Team Lotus…

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