The Jim Clark Trust has the perfect gift for any motor racing or sports car fan wrapped up this Christmas, with a new gift option for its competition to win the 100,000th Lotus, a unique Jim Clark Evora GT410 Sport.
For just £20 you can gift a friend or loved one the chance to win the amazing Jim Clark special edition Lotus Evora GT410 Sport, and support the charity as it builds a new museum dedicated to the legendary racing driver in his home town of Duns, Scotland.
Available from the Jim Clark Trust’s website, the new gift option offers a unique present that supports a noble cause this Christmas. Celebrating the legacy of one of motorsport’s most enduring figures, the competition’s tickets are available worldwide from www.jimclarklotus.com
The Jim Clark Lotus Evora GT410 Sport was specifically built to honour the red Lotus Elan driven by Clark in the 1960s, registration number 997 NUR, and was created by Lotus Exclusive for the Trust. As a mark of respect for the historic F1 team’s most successful driver, the Jim Clark Lotus Evora GT410 Sport is the 100,000th car built by the famous British Marque.
Echoing the original car’s colour scheme, with red paintwork, a silver roof and silver wheels, plus tartan upholstery, the car carries Clark’s signature on each rear buttress and includes a discreet interior plaque confirming its 100,000th build status. The winner of the competition will be announced at the opening of the new Jim Clark Museum.
The new, expanded Jim Clark Museum will preserve the memory of one of the sports most revered racers and display some of the incredible cars that Clark competed in. Funded by a partnership between the Heritage Lottery Fund, Scottish Borders Council and The Jim Clark Trust, work on the new £1.6m museum began in June 2018 and the new museum is expected to open in summer 2019.