Hill, Graham (1929–75) English motor racing driver. Hill's long Formula 1 career included 14 wins in 176 starts. In 1962, racing for BRM, he won his first Grand Prix and the world driver's championship. In 1968 he won his second title, racing for Lotus. In 1972, he became the first Formula 1 world champion to win the Le Mans 24-hour race. His son, Damon (1960– ), was also a successful Formula 1 driver, becoming world champion in 1996. He retired in 1999.
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