The Racing Spy Thirty-six years after the first gasoline powered car in America roared onto the streets debonair William Grover-Williams won the first Monaco Grand Prix. William was born in 1903 to an English father and a French mother in Montrouge, France. Grover-Williams grew up fluent in both the French and English languages of his parents. After WWI the Grover-Williams family moved to Monte Carlo, where William fell in love with driving fast automobiles....
Former F1 world champion Damon Hill fights back the tears as he gets behind the wheel of his late father Graham's racing car
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Pike's Peak Champion in 1920. "Lexington. Pike's Peak car." One of two Lexington racecars that placed first and second in the 1920 Pike's Peak hill climb seen at 1020 Connecticut Avenue N.W., the Washington branch of Hummer Motor Sales Company.