The Jim Clark-inspired Evora is the 100,000th Lotus ever produced: enter to win it for £20
The new Jim Clark Motorsport Museum officially opens at the end of this month. To mark the occasion, the Jim Clark Trust is giving supporters the chance to win a £100,000 Lotus Evora signed by the full 2019 Formula 1 grid.
The car is the 100,000th Lotus ever produced, and a one-off Jim Clark special edition, with a paint scheme that references the Scot’s Lotus Elan
Its carbon fibre tailgate was signed by all 20 current F1 drivers at this year’s Monaco Grand Prix; the Lotus Evora GT410 Sport is worth more than £100,000.
Entries cost £20, with proceeds supporting the charitable Jim Clark Trust, which is behind the museum.
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The bootlid is signed by all 20 current F1 drivers
The competition closes on August 29 when Sir Jackie Stewart will open the Jim Clark Motorsport Museum in Duns, Scottish Borders.
Celebrating the life and career of the two-time F1 champion, the museum includes archive footage and memorabilia as well as new facilities and two of Clark’s Lotus race cars.
Enter the competition at the Jim Clark Lotus website
Clark’s Lotus Elan