Jim Clark signed 1967 Canadian GP Programme (multi-signed)
The 1967 Canadian Grand Prix was a Formula One motor race held at Mosport Park in Bowmanville, Ontario, Canada on August 27, 1967. It was won by Jack Brabham driving for his own Brabham team. This was the first Canadian Grand Prix to have World Championship status.
Signatures collected in person by Sean Ross who attended the meeting with Press Passes accompanied a colleague. Sean was a racer himself, he ran the ex-Stirling Moss Keift at The Brighton Speed Trials. Progressing to Formula Ford, Formula Monoposto and then to Chevron and BMW as an instructor.
The programme is in very good condition, it is supplied with a letter of provenance from the family. The signed centre spread is loose on the staples, which also binds a colour throughout of the circuit, the page is signed by (from the top);
Chris Amon (Ferrari, 6th)
Jack Brabham (Brabham, 1st), 3x F1 World Champion
Graham Hill (Lotus, 4th), 2x F1 World Champion
Dan Gurney (Eagle-Westlake, 3rd)
Jackie Syewart (BRM, ret), 3x F1 World Champion
Jim Clark (Lotus, ret), 2x F1 World Champion
Mike Fisher (Lotus, 11th)
Richard Attwood (Cooper, 10th)
Eppie Wietzes (Lotus, dsq)
This is a rare survivor in good condition, with absolute provinance, making this a solid investment that can be enjoyed through ownership.
Serious Offers are invited.