This page covering both racing at Charterhall and known vehicles driven by Jim in 1962 is not fully populated at present
Sunday 1st July 1962 Winfield Joint Committee Ltd. Car and Motor Cycle Race Meeting: Youtube 3min 30sec colour cine footage courtesy of David Ross and the Caledonian Classic and Historic Motorsport Club. YouTube LINK. Some of the cars which can be more easily identified are: #8 A.G. Pediani, #11 Jackie Stewart, #12 Andy Barton, #18 A.J. Moffat, #31 Tommy Entwistle, #35 T.E. Sleigh. Other well known names appearing on the programme driving Austin Mini Coopers are Ian Scott-Watson and Michaelle Burns-Grieg a childhood friend of Jim Clark who I believe may still reside in the area. Listed also and entered for Team Fife with a Terrier was Jill Hutchinson.
YouTube LINK FOR Charterhall Race Meeting 1st July 1962
RESULTS AND REPORT TO FOLLOW
The Lotus 25's driven by Jim had a chequered history in more sense than one. Opinions changed over time as you will read in these 2008 and 2018 update articles. Above is Australian John Bowers in his car being assisted by Andy Middlehurst. Below is Nick Fennell's Lotus 25. Both cars raced at the 2014 Goodwood Revival in the Glover Trophy LINK
Above and below, the two Lotus 25 cars in the foreground 16th May 2015
In May 1962 Colin Chapman's new Type 23 sports car made it's debut at the Nürburgring with Jim driving. Due to the stunning performance and road holding it became known as the "giant killer" capable of embarrassing far more powerful competitors.
above local former racer Grant Stephen's Lotus 23b at a wet May 2013 50yrs Celebration of Jim's World Championship
this is Nick Fennell above in his 1964 Lotus 23b at the 2018 Croft Circuit Nostalgia Festival
John Albiston from Elgin in his 1964 Lotus 23b which I am told is ex Willment Racing and once driven by (Scotsman?) Jack S. Paterson. Seen here at the 2018 Bo'ness Revival but competitive elsewhere including Doune September 2018.
An advertisement from September 1963, Bill Stein campaigned a 1594cc Lotus 23b later (see 1964).
A Lotus Elite Super 95 was given to Jim in February 1962, in lieu of payment for his services as a works driver for Team Lotus. In 2018 it was auctioned by RM Sotheby's at Battersea Evolution on 5 September however the following day it was indicated as "Still for Sale". LINK LINK