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Grosjean and Warwick join Damon Hill for Silverstone 50th Grand Prix tribute

With three races to go until the 2014 British Grand Prix, 1996 world champion Damon Hill, Romain Grosjean and Derek Warwick, were at Silverstone today looking ahead to this year's event, the 50th Grand Prix to be hosted at the Northamptonshire circuit.The three F1 greats were joined by a host of iconic cars, which have either won the British Grand Prix, or played a significant role in the sport's glorious past, including:The historic Renault RS01; the first turbocharged Formula 1 car which made its debut at the British Grand Prix at Silverstone in 1977The Renault RE40; Alain Prost's 1983 British Grand Prix winning carThe Lotus 98T; Ayrton Senna's spectacular 1986 car in iconic John Player...
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