He isn’t just a hero in his day. He was the benchmark. He still is. The one who secured 33 pole positions, 32 podiums and 25 wins in just 72 starts. He never intended to make racing a way of life, let alone become someone considered as the best to have ever raced in the sport. Such finesse, such genius, all hidden under the humble name of Jim Clark. Someone fondly remembered not for his demeanor, but for his unmatchable talent.