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Moments in time - the Canadian Grand Prix

In our series exploring the history of Grands Prix through a selection of iconic images, we focus the lens on Canada. This trip down memory lane takes in all three venues to have hosted the race and includes several bold wet-weather drives, plenty of last-lap drama, a couple of major shunts, and more…A soggy start for F1 racing in Canada, Mosport, 1967Lotus’s Jim Clark leads the field away in dingy conditions at the start of the inaugural world championship Formula One race in Canada in 1967. Clark, driving the iconic Lotus 49, lost the lead to Brabham’s Denny Hulme early on, but as the undulating Mosport track dried he slowly moved back to the front before re-taking P1...
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