The museum dedicated to two-time Formula 1 world champion Jim Clark has opened in the Scottish Borders town of Duns
The Jim Clark museum has reopened to the publicPhoto: Motorsport Images
Sir Jackie Stewart has officially opened the new Jim Clark Motorsport Museum, dedicated to the life and career of his compatriot.
Paying tribute to Clark as the “best he ever raced against”, Sir Jackie was joined by fellow Scot and three-times Le Mans-winner, Allan McNish, for the opening ceremony in Duns, Scottish Borders.
The museum is located close to where Clark grew up, and has been updated as part of a £1.6million redevelopment project. It includes two of Clark’s cars: the Lotus 25 in which Scotsman raced in the 1962 F1 season as well as a Lotus Cortina that Clark dominated the 1964 British Saloon Car Championship.