Graham Hill, Matra (MS670 # 01) vainqueur avec Henri Pescarolo des 24 Heures du Mans 1972. - source Carros e Pilotos.
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Graham Hill au volant (Matra Simca MS670 #01) vainqueur avec Henri Pescarolo des 24 Heures du Mans 1972. - source Carros e Pilotos.
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Graham Hill & Pedro Rodríguez (Ferrari 330 ) 12 Heures de Sebring 1965. (ph. Pinterest). - source Carros e Pilotos.
I am an artist. The track is my canvas, and the car is my brush.
- Graham Hill, two time Formula One World Champion
He is the only driver ever to win the Triple Crown of Motorsport - the 24 Hours of Le Mans, Indianapolis 500 and the Monaco Grand Prix.
For a driver, the excitement of racing is controlling the car within very fine limits. It’s a great big balancing act, motor racing. It’s having the car broken away and drifting and doing exactly as you want it to do and getting around the corner as quickly as you can, and knowing that you’ve done it, and hoping that it is better than anyone else has done. You are aiming at perfection and never actually getting it. Now and then you say, “That’s it. That’s how I want to do that corner. Now beat that, you bastards.” This is the essence of racing, and at this, Jimmy, in his era, was unsurpassed.
- Graham Hill (two time F1 World Champion) on his team mate and rival Jim Clark (two time F1 World Champion)