Fifty years ago, Formula 1 lost its benchmark driver of the era. Double world champion Jim Clark was favourite for the 1968 crown but he was killed in a Formula 2 race at Hockenheim on 7 April 1968.
The quiet Scot nevertheless left a lasting legacy, his 25 world championship victories from 72 starts is still enough for ninth on the all-time F1 wins list.
Clark was also successful in Indycar racing, sportscars and touring cars, so selecting his greatest races was always going to be tough. Honourable mentions for those races that didn't quite make the cut go to the 1959 RAC Tourist Trophy, 1961 Dutch GP, 1962 Nurburgring 1000Km, 1962 Belgian GP, 1962 United States GP, 1963 Milwaukee 200, 1964 British GP, 1964 Mexican GP, 1965 Belgian GP, 1965 German GP 1967 Mexican GP and the 1968 South African GP.