Damon Hill

Damon Hill is a British F1 driver from London, England who raced in the FIA Formula 1 World Championship between 1992 and 1999. He won the Formula One World Championship with Williams Renault in 1996 and famously lost out on the 1994 championship following a controversial collision with Michael Schumacher at the 1994 Australian Grand Prix. Damon won a total of 22 Formula 1 Grands Prix and claimed 20 pole positions during a relatively short Grand Prix career and also finished runner-up in the 1988 Macau Grand Prix. He is the son of the 1962 and 1968 Formula One champion Graham Hill.

PROFILE

Nationality: British

Date of Birth: 17/09/1960

Place of Birth: Hampstead

F1 Career Statistics

World Championship Titles: 1

Race Wins: 22

Pole Positions: 20

Front Row Starts: 47

Fastest Laps: 19

Podiums: 42

Points: 360

Grands Prix Entered: 122

Grands Prix Started: 115

DNQs: 6

Highest Race Finish: 1st

Highest Grid Position: 1st

12/07/1992

First F1 Event

31/10/1999

Last F1 Event

First F1 Pole

Last F1 Pole

15/08/1993

First F1 Win

30/08/1998

Last F1 Win

28/03/1993

First F1 Podium

30/08/1998

Last F1 Podium