Lotus-Ford Race Car at the 1965 Indianapolis 500

Summary

Scotsman Jimmy Clark pilots his Ford-powered Lotus Type 38 around Indianapolis Motor Speedway in 1965. Clark won that year's Indianapolis 500 with an average race speed of 150.686 miles per hour. He was the first driver to win Indy in a rear-engine car, and the first foreign driver to win since 1916.

Scotsman Jimmy Clark pilots his Ford-powered Lotus Type 38 around Indianapolis Motor Speedway in 1965. Clark won that year's Indianapolis 500 with an average race speed of 150.686 miles per hour. He was the first driver to win Indy in a rear-engine car, and the first foreign driver to win since 1916.

Material

Paper (Fiber product)

Technique

Gelatin silver process

Color

Black-and-white (Colors)

Dimensions

Height: 8 in

Width: 10 in

Inscriptions

printed label with handwriting in categories adhered to back of image: Must Credit / The Dave Friedman Photo Collection / [address] Driver: Jim Clark / Machine: Lotus 38 / Date and event: Indy 500 S-65 / This photograph is the copyright of Dave Friedman and must / not be reproduced without the expressed consent of the / photographer. handwritten above label: S39-13

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