During 1983 Crawford and Fernley ran a converted Ensign N180B F1 car in the single-seat Can-Am series, winning at Lime Rock and Mosport.
Photo: Chris Mann
Jim Crawford would have turned 70 this year. After a brief stint in Formula One with Lotus he rebuilt his career in America during the 1980s. Following a devastating crash at Indianapolis, Jim made a fairytale comeback. He died aged just 54, but the good natured and courageous Scotsman is still fondly remembered.
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