Fifty years ago one of Britain's greatest ever racing drivers, Jim Clark, was killed during a race in Germany.
Four years earlier - in 1964 - he thrilled his UK fans by winning the British Grand Prix at Brands Hatch in Kent. He went on to win two world championships and the famous Indianapolis 500 in America
His death led to many of the safety improvements today's drivers take for granted. Malcolm Robertson looks back at the career of a motor racing legend.