Motorsport Memorabilia 1963 Grand Prix commemorative cover
Although the BRM P57 started the 1963 season well, Jim Clark quickly took charge, winning 7 out of the 10 races, having gained 7 pole positions and led for 506 of the 708 laps. Clark easily won the Drivers' and Constructors' Championships with Graham Hill and Richie Ginther tying for second place, both in the BRM P57. An astounding 14 race wins in the 1962-65 period, all with Jim Clark at the wheel, confirmed the Lotus 25 as the Formula 1 car of the 60s. The artwork for this season depicts Jim Clark being hounded by Dan Gurney at East London.