How Damon Hill made F1 history: Sportsmail looks back on the Brit's championship victory 20 years on
Should Nico Rosberg win the Formula One championship this season, he will become just the second ever driver to follow in his father's footsteps and become world champion - following Keke Rosberg's 1982 success.
The first? Of course it was Damon Hill who after a couple of agonising near misses finally clinched the drivers' crown, matching the achievement of his late father Graham in 1962 and 1968.
It's been 20 years since Hill had much of the British public up in the early hours of Sunday morning to win the Japanese Grand Prix and finally land the biggest prize in motor racing. Here... read more
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