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Background imageGraham Hill Collection: 1965 Italian Grand Prix, Monza. Jim Clark, Jackie Stewart: 2003 Racing Past... Exhibition

1965 Italian Grand Prix, Monza. Jim Clark, Jackie Stewart: 2003 Racing Past... Exhibition
2003 Racing Past... Exhibition 1965 Italian Grand Prix, Monza. Jim Clark, Jackie Stewart, Graham Hill and Dan Gurney drift through the Parabollica

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: 1968 South African Grand Prix - Graham Hill: Graham Hill, Lotus 49-Ford, 2nd position, portrait

1968 South African Grand Prix - Graham Hill: Graham Hill, Lotus 49-Ford, 2nd position, portrait, helmet
1968 South African Grand Prix. Kyalami, South Africa. 1 January 1968. Graham Hill, Lotus 49-Ford, 2nd position, portrait, helmet. Ref: 1985/6 World Copyright: LAT Photographic

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: Graham Hill at the 1972 British Grand Prix

Graham Hill at the 1972 British Grand Prix
Motorsport - 1972 Formula One World Championships - British Grand Prix Graham Hill driving his Brabham Ford at Brands Hatch

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: 1974 British GP

1974 British GP
BRANDS HATCH, UNITED KINGDOM - JULY 20: Team photo for the annual charity cricket match. Back row (L to R): Ken Tyrrell, John Watson, Guy Edwards, Mike Hailwood, James Hunt, Graham Hill

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: 1965 Spring Trophy

1965 Spring Trophy
OULTON PARK CIRCUIT, UNITED KINGDOM - APRIL 03: Jackie Stewart, Cooper T75 BRM, leads Graham Hill, Brabham BT16 BRM, out of Deer Leap in the fight for second behind Denny Hulme during the Spring

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: Formula One World Championship

Formula One World Championship
Graham Hill(GBR) BRM P48, 3rd place Oulton Park Gold Cup, England, 24 September 1960

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: 1969 German Grand Prix: Graham Hill, Lotus 49B Cosworth - 4th place

1969 German Grand Prix: Graham Hill, Lotus 49B Cosworth - 4th place
1969 German Grand Prix Graham Hill, Lotus 49B Cosworth - 4th place Nurburgring, Germany. 3rd August 1969 World Copyright - LAT Photographic Ref: 7024

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: Zandvoort, Holland. 21 June 1969: Jochen Rindt, Lotus 49B-Ford, retired, leads Graham Hill

Zandvoort, Holland. 21 June 1969: Jochen Rindt, Lotus 49B-Ford, retired, leads Graham Hill, Lotus 49B-Ford
1969 Dutch Grand Prix. Zandvoort, Holland. 21 June 1969. Jochen Rindt, Lotus 49B-Ford, retired, leads Graham Hill, Lotus 49B-Ford, 7th position, and Jackie Stewart, Matra MS80-Ford, 1st position

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: 1967 Race Of Champions: L to R: Dan Gurney, Jack Brabham, Bruce McLaren, Richie Ginther, Denny Hulme

1967 Race Of Champions: L to R: Dan Gurney, Jack Brabham, Bruce McLaren, Richie Ginther, Denny Hulme
Brands Hatch, England. 12th March 1967. L to R: Dan Gurney, Jack Brabham, Bruce McLaren, Richie Ginther, Denny Hulme, Jochen Rindt

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium. 19 June 1960: Jack Brabham, Cooper T53-Climax, 1st position

Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium. 19 June 1960: Jack Brabham, Cooper T53-Climax, 1st position, leads Olivier Gendebien
1960 Belgian Grand Prix. Spa-Francorchamps, Belgium. 19 June 1960. Jack Brabham, Cooper T53-Climax, 1st position, leads Olivier Gendebien, Cooper T51-Climax, 3rd position, Phil Hill

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: 1968 Mexican Grand Prix - Graham Hill and Jackie Stewart: Graham Hill, Lotus 49B-Ford, 1st position

1968 Mexican Grand Prix - Graham Hill and Jackie Stewart: Graham Hill, Lotus 49B-Ford, 1st position
1968 Mexican Grand Prix. Mexico City, Mexico. 3 November 1968. Graham Hill, Lotus 49B-Ford, 1st position, leads Jackie Stewart, Matra MS10-Ford, 7th position, action

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: Racing drivers Graham Hill and Jim Clark enjoying a dodgem ride

Racing drivers Graham Hill and Jim Clark enjoying a dodgem ride

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: Graham Hill

Graham Hill, world champion in 1962, driving a BRM 1963 ?

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: Formula One World Championship: Graham Hill, Lotus Ford 49B, started from pole and won the race

Formula One World Championship: Graham Hill, Lotus Ford 49B, started from pole and won the race
Graham Hill (GBR), Lotus Ford 49B, started from pole and won the race. Monaco Grand Prix, Rd3, Monte Carlo, Monaco. 26 May 1968. BEST IMAGE

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: Formula One World Championship: Graham Hill Lotus Cosworth 49B

Formula One World Championship: Graham Hill Lotus Cosworth 49B, leads pole position man Jo Siffert in a similar Rob
Graham Hill (GBR) Lotus Cosworth 49B, leads pole position man Jo Siffert (SUI) in a similar Rob Walker Racing entered car and Jackie Stewart (GBR) Matra Cosworth MS10

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: 1966 Monaco Grand Prix

1966 Monaco Grand Prix. Monte Carlo, Monaco. 19-22 May 1966. Jackie Stewart, Jim Clark and Graham Hill in the pits. Portrait. World Copyright: LAT Photographic Ref: black & white/MotorSport calendar

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: 1966 Sebring 12 Hours - Graham Hill and Jackie Stewart: Graham Hill / Jackie Stewart, retired

1966 Sebring 12 Hours - Graham Hill and Jackie Stewart: Graham Hill / Jackie Stewart, retired, portrait
1966 Sebring 12 Hours. Sebring, Florida, USA. 26th March 1966. Graham Hill/Jackie Stewart (Ford GT40), retired, portrait. World Copyright - LAT Photographic Ref: 32568

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: Malvern, GWR poster, 1923-1947

Malvern, GWR poster, 1923-1947
Great Western Railway poster showing Malvern from the Malvern Hills. Artwork by Graham Petrie

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: Fulham - 1960 / 1

Fulham - 1960 / 1
Football - 1960 / 1961 season - Fulham Team Group Back (left to right): Alan Mullery, Derek Lampe, E.Macedo, Roy Bentley, George Cohen, James Langley. Front: John P

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: 1965 Italian Grand Prix. Monza, Italy

1965 Italian Grand Prix. Monza, Italy. 10-12 September 1965. Jim Clark, Jackie Stewart, Graham Hill and Dan Gurney drift through the Parabolica. World Copyright - LAT Photographic Ref

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: 1966 24 Hours of Le Mans

1966 24 Hours of Le Mans
CIRCUIT DE LA SARTHE, FRANCE - JUNE 19: Drivers run to their cars at the start, with Dan Gurney on the right heading to his Ford MkII, followed by Ken Miles, John Whitmore, Bruce McLaren

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: Sycamore (Acer pseudoplatanus) in Sycamore Gap, Hadrians Wall

Sycamore (Acer pseudoplatanus) in Sycamore Gap, Hadrians Wall. The wall is constructed on The Whin Sill, a layer of hard intrusive, volcanic Dolerite

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: 1961 German Grand Prix: L -R: Jim Clark, John Cooper, Innes Ireland, Jack Brabham, Stirling Moss

1961 German Grand Prix: L -R: Jim Clark, John Cooper, Innes Ireland, Jack Brabham, Stirling Moss, Graham Hill
1961 German Grand Prix. Nurburgring, Germany. 6 August 1961. L -R: Jim Clark, John Cooper, Innes Ireland, Jack Brabham, Stirling Moss, Graham Hill, Jo Bonnier, Bruce McLaren and Dan Gurney, portrait

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: 1967 French Grand Prix: Graham Hill, Jack Brabham and Dan Gurney lead Jim Clark, Bruce McLaren

1967 French Grand Prix: Graham Hill, Jack Brabham and Dan Gurney lead Jim Clark, Bruce McLaren, Denny Hulme
1967 French Grand Prix. Bugatti Circuit, Le Mans, France. 2 July 1967. Graham Hill (#7, Lotus 49-Ford Cosworth), Jack Brabham (#3, Brabham BT24-Repco) and Dan Gurney (#9)

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: 1962 Belgian GP

1962 Belgian GP
SPA-FRANCORCHAMPS, BELGIUM - JUNE 17: Jim Clark, Bruce McLaren, Innes Ireland, Maurice Trintignant and Carel Godin de Beaufort during the drivers briefing

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: 1967 British Grand Prix

1967 British Grand Prix
Silverstone, England. 13th-15th July 1967. Graham Hill leads Jim Clark (both Lotus 49-Ford). Ref: 67GB01. World Copyright: LAT Photographic

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: Members of the Torpedo Football Team at Reading with their wives and children

Members of the Torpedo Football Team at Reading with their wives and children. Bottom row (left to right): Mick Hill (24) with daughter Nicola (2), Graham Haddrell (22), Kenny NIce (24)

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: White horse, the Cherhill Downs, Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

White horse, the Cherhill Downs, Wiltshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: 1964 Tourist Trophy: Bruce McLaren retired, Jim Clark, 12th position and Graham Hill

1964 Tourist Trophy: Bruce McLaren retired, Jim Clark, 12th position and Graham Hill, 1st position, on the start line
1964 Tourist Trophy. Goodwood, W.Sussex, England. 29th August 1964. Bruce McLaren (Cooper T53-Oldsmobile) retired, Jim Clark (Lotus 30-Ford), 12th position and Graham Hill (Ferrari 330P)

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: Watkins Glen, United States. 1 October 1967: Graham Hill, Lotus 49-Ford, 2nd position, action

Watkins Glen, United States. 1 October 1967: Graham Hill, Lotus 49-Ford, 2nd position, action
1967 United States Grand Prix. Watkins Glen, United States. 1 October 1967. Graham Hill, Lotus 49-Ford, 2nd position, action. World Copyright: LAT Photographic Ref: Motor b&w print

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: 1968 Monaco Grand Prix

1968 Monaco Grand Prix. Monte Carlo, Monaco. 23-26 May 1968. Graham Hill (Lotus 49B Ford) 1st position at Tabac. Ref-68MON04. World Copyright - LAT Photographic

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: 1973 Spa 1000 kms

1973 Spa 1000 kms
SPA-FRANCORCHAMPS, BELGIUM - MAY 06: Chris Amon / Graham Hill / Henri Pescarolo, Matra, Matra-Simca MS670B 01 leads Jacky Ickx / Brian Redman, S.E.F.A.C

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: CJ7 9464 Graham Moss, Jaguar F-Type SVR

CJ7 9464 Graham Moss, Jaguar F-Type SVR
Graham Moss, Jaguar F-Type SVR, Goodwood Festival of Speed, 2019, Festival of Speed, Speed Kings, Motorsports Record Breakers, July 2019, Motorsports, automobiles, cars, entertainment

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: Goodwood, West Sussex, Great Britain. 24 August 1963: Graham Hill, Ferrari 250GTO, 1st position

Goodwood, West Sussex, Great Britain. 24 August 1963: Graham Hill, Ferrari 250GTO, 1st position, pitstop, action
1963 Tourist Trophy. Goodwood, West Sussex, Great Britain. 24 August 1963. Graham Hill, Ferrari 250GTO, 1st position, pitstop, action. World Copyright: LAT Photographic Ref: 20986

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: open-uri20120929-15858-1n4ukb6

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1968 South African Grand Prix. Kyalami, South Africa. 1 January 1968. Graham Hill, Lotus 49-Ford, 2nd position, portrait, helmet. World Copyright: LAT Photographic Ref: 1985/6

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: 1967 Lotus 49 R3

1967 Lotus 49 R3 Ford Cosworth DFV

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: 1963 Tourist Trophy: Goodwood, West Sussex, Great Britain. 24 August 1963

1963 Tourist Trophy: Goodwood, West Sussex, Great Britain. 24 August 1963
1963 Tourist Trophy. Goodwood, West Sussex, Great Britain. 24 August 1963. Graham Hill, Ferrari 250GTO, 1st position, action. World Copyright: LAT Photographic Ref: 21111

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: Graham Hill, Lotus 49. Italian GP 1967

Graham Hill, Lotus 49. Italian GP 1967

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: 1962_17: Graham Hill leads Jim Clark into the Old Station Hairpin. Hill finished in 6th position

1962_17: Graham Hill leads Jim Clark into the Old Station Hairpin. Hill finished in 6th position
1962 Monaco Grand Prix. Monte Carlo, Monaco. 31 May-3 June 1962. Graham Hill (BRM P57) leads Jim Clark (Lotus 25-Climax) into the Old Station Hairpin. Hill finished in 6th position

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: Formula One World Championship: Graham Hill climbs from the wreckage of his Lotus 49B

Formula One World Championship: Graham Hill climbs from the wreckage of his Lotus 49B
Graham Hill (GBR) climbs from the wreckage of his Lotus 49B, his rear wing having collapsed on the ninth lap. The accident illustrated the worthiness of Armco barriers

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: 1963 British Grand Prix

1963 British Grand Prix. Silverstone, England. 18-20 July 1963. John Surtees (Ferrari 156) leads Graham Hill (BRM P57). They finished in 2nd and 3rd positions respectively. Ref-3/0998

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: 1970 Spanish GP

1970 Spanish GP
CIRCUITO DEL JARAMA, SPAIN - APRIL 19: Bruce McLaren, McLaren M14A Ford, leads Graham Hill, Lotus 49C Ford, and Rolf Stommelen, Brabham BT33 Ford

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: Formula One World Championship

Formula One World Championship
Tony Brise (GBR) sits in the Embassy Hill Racing GH2 for a team photograph including Graham Hill (GBR) Hill Racing Team Owner; Andy Smallman (GBR) Hill Racing Designer and team mechanics

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: 1962 French Grand Prix

1962 French Grand Prix. Rouen-les-Essarts, France. 6-8 July 1962. Poleman Jim Clark (Lotus 25 Climax) smokes up his rears as he leads away from Graham Hill (BRM P57)

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: 1965 Italian Grand Prix. Monza, Italy

1965 Italian Grand Prix. Monza, Italy. 12 September 1965. John Surtees, Ferrari 1512, retired, leads Jackie Stewart, BRM P261, 1st position, Jim Clark, Lotus 33-Climax, 10th position, Graham Hill

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: Formula One World Championship: Lap 1: Winner Graham Hill BRM P261 leads a sideways Jackie Stewart

Formula One World Championship: Lap 1: Winner Graham Hill BRM P261 leads a sideways Jackie Stewart BRM P261
Monaco GP 30 May 1965 Lap 1: Winner Graham Hill BRM P261 leads a sideways Jackie Stewart(3rd) BRM P261 and Lorenzo Bandini(2nd Ferrari 1512

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: 1964 Tourist Trophy

1964 Tourist Trophy. Goodwood, W.Sussex, England. 29th August 1964. Graham Hill (Ferrari 330P), 1st position, in the pits for fuel and a drink, portrait. World Copyright: LAT Photographic. Ref

Background imageGraham Hill Collection: 1965 Monaco Grand Prix - Graham Hill: Graham Hill, BRM P261, 1st position, action

1965 Monaco Grand Prix - Graham Hill: Graham Hill, BRM P261, 1st position, action
1965 Monaco Grand Prix. Monte Carlo, Monaco. 28-30 May 1965. Graham Hill, BRM P261, 1st position, action. Ref: L65/221#22a World Copyright - LAT Photographic



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Graham Hill Collection

Graham Hill is a British designer, entrepreneur and environmentalist. He is known for his advocacy of sustainable living and minimalism. In 2007, he founded the website TreeHugger.com, which provides information on eco-friendly products and lifestyle choices. Hill has also designed compact living spaces that are both functional and stylish, such as the LifeEdited apartment in New York City. His work focuses on reducing waste and promoting simplicity in everyday life. Hill's ideas have been featured in numerous publications including The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and Forbes Magazine.
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