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.
DVD extras: Extended interviews with former colleagues Innes Ireland and Jackie Stewart, footage of Damon Hill driving his father's Type 48/56 plus a look back at some of Graham's most memorable GP cars. Includes a four page booklet detailing career highlights.