Grand Prix Gold: 1994 British GP
Damon Hill put his 1993 Silverstone heartbreak behind him with a home win 12 months later, in a race made infamous by some Michael Schumacher and Benetton controversy
Damon Hill said he felt destined to win this race, and win it he did. The British Grand Prix was a messy race in some ways, but nothing detracted from a magnificent victory which began from pole position.
Michael Schumacher did get ahead of Hill, following the first pitstops, but the only time he actually overtook the Williams-Renault was on the parade lap, and that was not a smart move. It led to a penalty, which in turn led to controversy. Schumacher still finished second, though many thought him fortunate not to be disqualified. A very distant third was Jean Alesi's Ferrari.
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