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Graham Hill | Monaco 1971 | Michael Hewett | signed Michael Hewett | Photographic print

Michael Hewett captures a soaked but smiling Graham Hill walking towards the camera, and this shot became a personal favourite of Graham and Bette’s. Monaco 1971, the last year the race was held on the original circuit before the new pits were added along the harbour, started with a wet practice and qualifying times from Friday counted for the grid.
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Graham Hill students will become lifelong learners and problem solvers. They will work to get along withothers and respect differences. Read more by clicking the School Reports tab above. Building History and Information. School Reports show the overall performance of each school with a current snapshot of academic growth, climate,...
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Oulton Park, 15 April 1961 | Graham Hill and Roy Salvadori | Jaguar E-Types

Oulton Park, 15 April 1961 – Graham Hill and Roy Salvadori, Jaguar E-Types. Limited to an edition of 25, each print is signed and numbered by the artist and comes with a signed certificate of authenticity. Fine art giclée print on Museum Heritage 310gsm art paper. The print size is...
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Champion: Graham Hill | DVD

A feature-length DVD detailing the life and career of Graham Hill, plus a cameo from his world-champion son Damon. A must-watch for fans of classic F1. The Graham Hill story is predominantly one of courage and determination. Norman Graham Hill started out as a mechanic for Lotus and moved behind the wheel to become a Grand Prix driver when Team Lotus entered GP racing in 1958. Over the next seventeen years, Hill started in 176 GPs, won at Indianapolis and Le Mans and won 14 World Championship races. This fascinating programme faithfully recalls the highs and lows of this remarkable driver’s career, featuring extensive and rare archive material and personal anecdotes and tributes from Bette and Damon Hill.
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