1964

FACE TO FACE

F1 Racing - - HILL ON HILL -

This was the first Bri­tish GP to be held at Brands Hatch. Hill passed Dan Gur­ney, who re­tired his Brab­ham shortly af­ter­wards, and fin­ished sec­ond to Jim Clark.

“This is su­perb. The photographer [prob­a­bly Michael Tee, fa­ther of F1R’s own Steven Tee] is about three feet in from the track. That’s Clear­ways – and that’s what a rac­ing car looks like with­out wings. I love Brands Hatch. It is one of the most beau­ti­ful race tracks ever made. It’s such an ex­pe­ri­ence: there are a lot of off-cam­ber cor­ners, rises and crests. My For­mula Ford lap times would have been pretty close to Dad’s in this pic­ture!”

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