Tag Archive: Josh Hill

Jul 10

Damon Hill’s son quits motor racing

“I do not want to compete unless I am 100 per cent devoted”

Josh Hill portraitJosh Hill, who earlier wanted to be F1’s first ever third-generation champion, has quit motor racing. Read the rest of this entry »


May 04

Josh Hill second behind Raffaele Marciello

“It wasn’t as easy as this morning”

FIA Formula 3 European Championship logoThe Italian, born in the Swiss city of Zurich, won at the 4.574 kilometres long Grand Prix track from Josh Hill (Fortec Motorsports), the son of ex-Formula 1 world champion Damon Hill. Read the rest of this entry »


Mar 05

Ecclestone wants third-generation Hill in F1

A third-generation formula one driver would be “fantastic”, the sport’s chief executive Bernie Ecclestone has admitted.

Formula 1 Circuit in Sochi - Bernier Ecclestone 2Josh Hill portraitActually, the possibility is now quite real, with 1996 world champion Damon Hill’s 22-year-old son Josh to contest the European F3 championship this year. The winner of this year’s series will get a test with the fabled F1 team Ferrari. Read the rest of this entry »


Feb 28

Son of Damon Hill to contest FIA F3 European Championship

Josh Hill and Dmitry Suranovich will contest the 2013 FIA Formula 3 European Championship for Fortec Motorsport.

Josh HillGP3 - Marussia Manor - Dmitry Suranovich22-year-old Josh Hill, the son of the 1996 Formula 1 World Champion Damon Hill, joins Puerto Rican Felix Serralles and Brazilian Luis Felipe Derani as third Fortec driver and the quartet will be completed by Russia’s 17-year-old former GP3 driver Dmitry Suranovich. Read the rest of this entry »


Oct 05

Brands Hatch mix-up costs Manor and King deserved podium

 Jordan King missed out on a near-guaranteed podium
Jordan King - Brands Hatch GPHill ahead of Powell - Brands Hatch GPLeading Certina Formula Renault 2.0 UK Championship team Manor Competition rued a highly unfortunate, and ultimately costly, mix-up during round 18 of the season at Brands Hatch Grand Prix Circuit on Sunday, 2nd October, when Jordan King missed out on a near-guaranteed podium. Read the rest of this entry »