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Jim Clark's Lotus 33 Salvaged Nose Cone

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Jim Clark's Lotus 33 Salvaged Nose Cone €3,000 - €5,000 EUR  | Offered Without Reserve

To be offered on Saturday, 14 May 2022

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The nose cone from Jim Clark’s 1967 Lotus 33, crashed in that year’s Monaco Grand Prix. The Scotsman qualified in 5th place for the race and made progress on the grid until his car’s right-rear shock absorber broke. During the 42nd lap, Clark lost control of the car around the Bureau de Tabac section and was forced to retire. At the end of the race, Lotus mechanics are said to have cut off the damaged bonnet and left it on the track, where the consignor claims to have recovered it. This was the final time that Clark drove a Lotus 33, following the Works team’s switch to the Lotus 49 in the following race, and also the last occasion that the racing driver competed on the famous Monaco circuit.



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Company RM Sotheby's
Country: United Kingdom
City: Richmond
Phone: +44 (0) 20 7851 7070
Currency: GBP
Condition Used
Trade or Private: Trade
Price: £POA
Added: 05/05/2022
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