One of the most charismatic and iconic F1 drivers.
He came very late to motorsport, in fact he had not even driven a car until he was 24. Being a Royal Navy engineer, Hill made his way into F1 as a mechanic for Lotus Team, eventually convincing Colin Chapman to race one of his cars.
Two times world champion, five times Monaco winner, a record that was not surpassed until Ayrton Senna, he is also the only driver ever to win the Triple Crown - the 24 Hours of Le Mans, Indianapolis 500 and the Monaco Grand Prix.
Graham Hill was killed in a plane crash piloting the aircraft with five other members of his own "Embassy Hill" team aboard. The world would never again see the famous helmet with the rowing stripes until his son Damon resurrected that famous icon in Formula 1.
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