British Formula One racing driver who won the World Championship with the Williams team in 1996 at the age of 36. In his F1 career with Brabham, Williams, Arrows and Jordan, he won 22 Grand Prix and was on the podium 42 times. He is the son of Graham Hill, who won two World Championships in the 1960s. They are the only father and son to both win the title. From 2006 until 2011, he was president of the British Racing Drivers’ Club. During his tenure, Silverstone secured a 17-year contract to hold the British Grand Prix. A good guitar player, he has made appearances with various bands. A member of Hankley Common in Surrey, this is his second Alfred Dunhill Links.
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