Sport: Who Won: Jan. 4, 1963

> Britain's Graham Hill: the South African Grand Prix, and with it the 1962 world driving championship. Hill, 33, is a mustachioed daredevil who switched from motorcycles to cars, got his first driver's license only ten years ago, and was—until this week— known as "the other Hill" to distinguish him from the U.S.'s Phil Hill, the 1961 Grand Prix champion. In South Africa, Hill whipped his spanking new British-built B.R.M. around the windswept East London track at speeds up to 145 m.p.h., won the 196.8-mile race by 1 min. Scotland's Jimmy Clark, who...

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