Graham Hill, winner of the Indianapolis 500 motor race, USA, 1966
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|Caption||Graham Hill, winner of the Indianapolis 500 motor race, USA, 1966. Hill won the race in a Lola-Ford known as the American Red Ball Special. He narrowly escaped a massive pile-up at the starting line, which damaged 11 cars beyond repair.|
|Creator||Graham Coton, British (1926–2003)|
|Artwork medium||colour lithograph|
|Credit||© Look and Learn|
|Indianapolis 500 cars racing Motor Racing Motor Race driving drivers sports motorsport speed fast grandstand track circuit oval number 24 Indycar American 1960s 20th Century tcx USA United States British English winner winning leading Graham Hill Lola-Ford tyres accident crash pile-up crashing Narrow Escape avoiding American Red Ball Special Indianapolis motor race Graham Coton|
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