1968, Brands Hatch.
Because wolves race in packs, obviously.
- Graham Hill (Lotus 49)
- Chris Amon (Ferrari 312)
- Denny Hulme (McLaren M7A)
- Jacky Ickx (Ferrari 312)
Proper men, proper cars, proper race track.
Hint: this is wallpaper sized.
Jackie Stewart, Graham Hill & Dan Gurney,
At the 1966 Belgian Grand Prix, Spa. Probably having the most informal of conversations.
Monaco Grand Prix, 1965.
Lorenzo Bandini (Ferrari), Graham Hill (BRM), John Surtees (Ferrari).
Oulton Park, 1961.
Roy Salvadori / Graham Hill with the Jaguar E-Types.
Graham Hill & Damon Hill, learning about the tools of the trade.
Graham Hill - Spanish Grand Prix, 1969.
The rear wing strut fails in his Lotus 49B, forcing him to have a crash.
Graham Hill celebrating his pole at Brands Hatch, 1968.
Jim Clark, Graham Hill and a little Damon Hill, apparently quite mad. I love this picture.
Celebrating his victory at the 500 miles of Indianapolis.
You know what, this is so much more than your regular celebration capture. What this is, is a way of life, a moral lesson, both for you and me.
Bette Hill is celebrating her husband’s victory on their backyard. Meanwhile, Graham and a young Damon hill are pushing Jim Clark in a tiny tractor, enough to make them seem like they’re having the time of their lives. What’s really interesting to know is that Clark and Hill weren’t even Lotus teammates this year, that didn’t happen until what, 67?
Graham Hill’s good mood & friendship values must have been something worth knowing. A great driver, a great friend, a great father.
When I wonder why I’m stuck in an era I haven’t even lived on, this is why.
Montjuich GP, 1969.
There’s so much going on here. There’s Hill and Jackie Stewart on the front, Bruce McLaren and Jean Baltoise further back, Denny Hulme and Jack Brabham… 1969 was a good year for F1. Oh yes, it was.