As a two-time Formula One champion (1963 and 1965) Jim Clark was one of the greatest drivers ever, and one of the main sources of inspiration for Ayrton Senna in the world of motorsports.

The Brazilian didn’t have the chance to meet the Scotsman, but in February of 1991 – the year he won his third world title – the McLaren driver visited the “Jim Clark Room”, a museum that houses a collection of historical items related to the British driver, located in Duns (Scotland).

Like any other visitor, Ayrton signed the guest-book and was able to admire trophies, racing suits and several other objects that belonged to the man who held the record for most pole-positions until Senna’s own arrival at F1.