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Damon Hill and 1996 Williams FW18 to reunite at Goodwood

This weekends Goodwood Festival of Speed will see Damon Hill drive the Williams-Renault FW18 that he took to the 1996 Formula One World Drivers Championship. He will drive the car up the Goodwood Estate’s legendary 1.16-mile hill climb on Sunday. Hill becomes the seventh Formula One World Champion to be confirmed at the event, with John Surtees, Sir Jackie Stewart, Emerson Fittipaldi, Kimi Raikkonen, Lewis Hamilton and Jenson Button. Current Williams Martini Racing Formula 1 driver Felipe Massa will also be in attendance at the event, and will also give spectators a view of the FW18 on the Saturday. “This will be my first time back at Goodwood since 2003 when I drove the Ferrari...
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