Ian Walker brought a Lotus 23B for Graham Hill and a Brabham BT8 for Frank Gardner to race at Mosport, Riverside and Laguna Seca in 1963. Here, Graham Hill is seen entering the “Corkscrew” at Laguna Seca in 1963.
Photo: Allen R. Kuhn
Ian Walker has been in and around motor racing for over 50 years. He started as a competitor but was drawn to team management and ownership, and became one of the best known British privateers, along with that other Walker—Rob—for a long period of time. Like his namesake, he ran some of the best drivers of the 1960s, having a special agreement with Team Lotus, and thus had Jim Clark, Graham Hill and others in his stable alongside his ‘own’…
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