In a comparatively short career, Lady Watson impressed with her natural talent competing on equal terms with her male counterparts in saloon car and sports car racing as well as rallying.
To many, Jim Clark remains the greatest racing driver in history. He won 25 of his 72 Grands Prix, and his victory in the 1965 Indianapolis 500 crushed the American racing psyche. He had a towering ability to get the maximum out of any car he drove, without appearing to be trying hard.
A member of the famous brewing dynasty, Piers Courage deceided to stay with Frank Williams in 1970 instead of accepting an offer from Ferrari and crashed fatally in Frank's F1 de Tomaso in the Dutch Grand Prix.