The paddock at Aintree was in the middle of the circuit and to get to the pits the cars had to be driven, or pushed, along a duckboard track across the Grand National horse racing course. The car in this photograph has just been driven by a mechanic from the pits to the paddock after a practice session for the British Grand Prix in July 1962.
It's the Lotus 25 of Jim Clark in which he qualified in pole position on the grid, and won the race the following day with John Surtees' Lola in second place and Bruce McLaren's Cooper third. The Lotus 25 had a 1,498cc Coventry Climax V8 engine and was the only Lotus 25 in the race, his teammate Trevor Taylor driving a Lotus 24.
On 6 July 2016 I showed a photograph of Trevor Taylor driving a Lotus 25 at Silverstone in 1993, and on 13 August 2016 a photograph of Jim Clark at the 1962 British Grand Prix.