Reviews of JIM CLARK The best of the best

“The double world champion’s story — personal and sporting — is recounted in great detail and production standards, as ever with EVRO, are from the top drawer… Essential, in a word.”
Motor Sport (Book of the Month)

“There’s been no shortage of fine Jim Clark biographies but this is now the must-have title… one of the finest motor racing biographies out there.”
Classic & Sports Car (Book of the Month) 

“Over 520 pages, Tremayne analyses Clark’s very competitive outing, his state of mind at the time, his relationships with those most important to him (Colin Chapman, girlfriend Sally Stokes, early mentor Ian Scott-Watson), and everything else he has uncovered in deep research and contemporary interviews… Tremayne tells the tale with love and reverence but a proper journalist’s objectivity.”
Octane (Book of the Month)

“An unexpectedly personal biography… a quality product that’s well presented and interspersed with a choice and diversity of archive images which perfectly complement the text… Tremayne offers an utterly captivating case for placing Clark as the very best to have graced motorsport.”

“An epic new book.”
Daily Mail 

“This impressive volume is now surely the definitive work… The breadth and quality of the images is staggering… quite simply, an excellent book.”
The Automobile

“This beautiful book is a fitting tribute, packed with original interviews that tell of Clark in a candid light, plus period photos throughout. It’s a great title that motor racing fans will adore.”
Auto Express 

“An immersive, upbeat read.”
F1 Racing

“A lot of books have been written about the Scottish farmer, regarded by many as the best driver of his era, but I doubt that any of them have been of this quality or thoroughness… when combined with an absolutely stunning selection of photographs, this adds up to one of the finest racing biographies it’s ever been my pleasure to read.”
Classic Driver (New Zealand)

“Very comprehensive.”
Classic Car Weekly