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Sumpter Township Treasurer Jim Clark dies June 7

Word has been received that Sumpter Township Treasurer James Clark died at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital at 11:14 p.m. Monday, June 7. No further information is available at this time. Clark was elected to the position in the November election and recently was recovering from COVID.

1965 RAC British Grand Prix Program | Signed by Jim Clark, John Surtees, Sir Jackie Stewart, Mike Spence and Innes Ireland

This is an actual race program from the 1965 RAC British Grand Prix, held at Silverstone. Furthermore, it is signed by race winner Jim Clark, John Surtees (who finished third in his Ferrari), Sir Jackie Stewart, Mike Spence and Innes Ireland. Merely having one signature from these great drivers would be noteworthy, but this program is signed by all five. Quite simply it is a must-have for fans of Grand Prix racing in the 1960s.
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Jim Clark | Racing Hero | Graham Gauld | Hardback

This 400 page book charts the life and career of the legendary Jim Clark. From his personal life to racing at the pinnacle of motor sport, not one aspect of Clark’s life is missed in this exhaustively-detailed book. £99.90. Sold By: Hortons Books. Product description. Delivery. Returns. Description. Though it...
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Netscape billionaire Jim Clark sells Palm Beach estate for $30M

Property records show Big Sky Property Holdings LLC sold the home at 120 Jungle Road to Ramrod LLC, which is linked to the California insurance company Word & Brown. Accountant Louis M. Cohen, who has been tied to Clark, signed the deed transferring ownership to the buyer. In 2018, Clark...
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Watch Jim Clark Show Why He Was One of the Best

Today marks 53 years since Jim Clark's passing during a Formula 2 race at Hockenheim. In his 32 years on Earth, the Scotsman captured Formula 1 titles in 1963 and 1965, and won the 1965 Indianapolis 500. To this day, he's regarded as one of the greatest racers of all time, and this British Pathé footage from the 1964 British Grand Prix at Brands Hatch is a good reminder why.

News Briefs: Jim Clark receives ‘technological planning’ award

With so much happening around City College, The Channels would like to offer a single place for the most important information. We’ll be compiling a weekly list of current and upcoming events to keep readers up to date on campus news. -The SBCC Foundation invited the community to an open...

Jim Clark: Why He's Giving Away Passwordless Technology

When he co-founded the firm Beyond Identity in 2020, serial entrepreneur Jim Clark said he felt somewhat responsible for the proliferation of passwords. Now he and partner Tom Jermoluk are doing something about it. They are providing access to their passwordless technology for free. The giveaway is part of a...

MPH Grand Prix debuts: Jim Clark

In just a few short F1 seasons in the 1960s, Jim Clark carved out his reputation as one of the greatest of all time. His grand prix career was conducted entirely with Colin Chapman’s Team Lotus, with whom he made his debut at the 1960 Dutch Grand Prix. But that hadn’t been the original plan at all. He was supposed to be racing the front-engined Aston Martin in F1 that year, combining it with a Formula Junior and F2 programme for Lotus. But Aston didn’t have his car ready in time for Zandvoort and there was a spare seat at Lotus because John Surtees had decided to prepare for the upcoming Isle of Man TT races instead.