Motorsport Memorabilia 1964 Grand Prix commemorative cover
Jim Clark continued to perform well in the early part of the 1964 season with the Lotus 25 but despite achieving 5 pole positions, leading most laps and 3 wins, engine problems with the new Lotus 33 relegated him to third place in the final reckoning. John Surtees took just a single pole position and won 2 races in the Ferrari 158 and narrowly took the Drivers and Constructors Championships from Graham Hill in the BRM P261, who also had one pole and 2 victories. On present day rules, without cancelled points, the titles would have belonged to Graham Hill and BRM. The artwork depicts John Surtees in the Ferrari 158 (No 7) leading from Graham Hill's BRM P261 (No 3).