Grand Prix Accident Survey 1966-1972

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Not long after the death of Jim Clark in 1968 his London manager, Adrian Ball, set up the Jim Clark Foundation aimed at raising money for research into all forms of motor racing safety.

The first publication was this 64 page A4 booklet that looked into 224 racing accidents that had happened in the seven seasons from 1966 to 1972. Each Formula 1 season is covered individually listing every accident whether serious or where a grand prix driver was unhurt and it brings out a number of surprising results. At the back of the book there are the statistics which, when lumped together, give a realistic pattern that existed in grand prix racing at that time. The booklet was published by the Jim Clark Foundation but totally financed by Nigel Moores who was not only a collector of historic racing cars, notably D type Jaguars, as well as being a racing driver. His family were owners of Littlewoods Football pools. Tragically he was later killed in a road accident on the way to Le Mans.

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Price including postage to the UK and Europe is £40, Price including postage to the USA and Rest of the World is £46