Book Description

Graham Hill, a double motor racing World Champion, was a supreme figure in the sport in the 1960s and early 1970s, and one of the best-loved sporting personalities of his time. This facsimile edition of his story, told in his own words and first published in 1969, is published to mark the entry into Formula 1 racing of Graham's son Damon with the Williams Renault team. Provides an insight into the life and times of Graham Hill, at the peak of his career, chronicles highlights such as winning the Drivers' World Championship in both 1962 and 1968, being runner-up three times in the intervening years, and winning the Indianapolis 500 Miles Race in 1966 at his first attempt. Read more