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Graham Hill

Graham Hill


15 February 1929
29 November 1975 (46)
Alexander Wurz (15 February 1974)
Charles Pic (15 February 1990)
George Russell (15 February 1998)


14 (7.8%)
36 (20.1%)
13 (7.3%)
3 (16.7%)
289 (1.6 points per race avg)
77 (43%)
1958 Monaco Grand Prix
1975 Monaco Grand Prix

about Graham Hill

Norman Graham Hill (15 February 1929 – 29 November 1975) was a British racing driver and team owner from England, who was twice Formula One World Champion. He is the only driver ever to win the Triple Crown of Motorsport—the 24 Hours of Le Mans, Indianapolis 500 and either the Monaco Grand Prix or the Formula One World Drivers' Championship. He also appeared on TV in the 1970s on a variety of non-sporting programmes including panel games. He liked painting in his spare time.

Hill and his son Damon were the first father and son pair to win Formula One World Championships. Hill's grandson Josh, Damon's son, also raced his way through the ranks until he retired from Formula Three in 2013 at the age of 22.

Hill and five other members of the Embassy Hill team died in 1975 when the aeroplane he was piloting from France crashed in fog at night on Arkley golf course while attempting to land at Elstree Airfield in north London.

source: Wikipedia


1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975,

finishing positions

grid positions

teams & teammates

season teammate
1958 Cliff Allison
Alan Stacey
Ivor Bueb
Team Lotus compare 1958
1959 Pete Lovely
Bruce Halford
Innes Ireland
Alan Stacey
David Piper
Dennis Taylor
Team Lotus compare 1959
1960 Jo Bonnier
Dan Gurney
BRM compare 1960
1961 Tony Brooks
BRM compare 1961
1962 Richie Ginther
Jackie Lewis
Tony Marsh
Gerry Ashmore
Bruce Johnstone
BRM compare 1962
1963 Lorenzo Bandini
Richie Ginther
Maurice Trintignant
Moisés Solana
BRM compare 1963
1964 Richie Ginther
Giancarlo Baghetti
Tony Maggs
Maurice Trintignant
Richard Attwood
BRM compare 1964
1965 Jackie Stewart
Lucien Bianchi
Masten Gregory
Roberto Bussinello
Giorgio Bassi
BRM compare 1965
1966 Jackie Stewart
Bob Bondurant
Vic Wilson
Innes Ireland
BRM compare 1966
1967 Piers Courage
Jim Clark
Chris Irwin
Mike Fisher
Moisés Solana
Jackie Oliver
Eppie Wietzes
Giancarlo Baghetti
Lotus-BRM compare 1967
1968 Jim Clark
Jo Siffert
Jackie Oliver
Bill Brack
Mario Andretti
Moisés Solana
Lotus-Ford compare 1968
1969 Mario Andretti
John Love
Jo Siffert
Jochen Rindt
Richard Attwood
John Miles
Jo Bonnier
Pete Lovely
Lotus-Ford compare 1969
1970 Dave Charlton
John Love
John Miles
Jochen Rindt
Alex Soler-Roig
Pete Lovely
Emerson Fittipaldi
Reine Wisell
Team Lotus compare 1970
1971 Dave Charlton
Jackie Pretorius
Tim Schenken
Chris Craft
Brabham compare 1971
1972 Carlos Reutemann
Wilson Fittipaldi
Brabham compare 1972
1973 Jackie Oliver
George Follmer
Brian Redman
Shadow compare 1973
1974 Guy Edwards
Peter Gethin
Rolf Stommelen
Lola compare 1974
1975 Rolf Stommelen
François Migault
Tony Brise
Vern Schuppan
Alan Jones
Lola compare 1975


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The R10 chassis in question was also raced by Jochen Rindt and Emerson Fittipaldi, enjoying its last outing in the Brazilian’s hands in Austria in 1970.<br>The Lotus was the only classic Formula 1 car to take to the track today as part of the celebrations for the 1000th World Championship race.<br>“It was great fun,” Hill told “I’ve driven 49s before, but I’ve never ...

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Red Bull driver Verstappen lost what looked like a certain victory in the Brazilian Grand Prix after crashing with Esteban Ocon while leading. While Hill believes that Ocon was primarily at fault in the controversial collision with Verstappen, he says that a more experienced driver would have left enough margin than the Red Bull driver did, and not become involved in contact. "There was ...

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The 1996 world champion took to Twitter to urge the sport's two big teams to make good on threats to form a breakaway series, complaining that "massive industrial complexes are ruining the sport" and adding that "the FIA have lost grip of F1."The tweet sparked a response from Mercedes, suggesting that Hill wasn't complaining when he was winning "with top of the line Renault-power" ...

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