The discussion on Sunday with witnesses from Clark’s time was also moving; it included Clark’s cousin Doug Niven, his nephew Ian Calder, the former Lotus Chief Accountant Warren King, the race steward from 1968, Grahame White, the former DTM driver Roland Asch and the former Formula 1 driver Jochen Mass. German photographer Werner Eisele was also present. He and a track marshal were the first to arrive at the scene of the accident. “We thought that Jim was just unconscious,” recalls the soon-to-be 80-year-old. “I took pictures to show him when he woke up.” Grahame White had this to say: “We just couldn’t believe it. Jim Clark couldn’t be dead. Not him – not the best driver ever!”