At the time of writing we’re a few hours away from the start of the 2015 Monaco Formula 1 Grand Prix – a race considered by many to be the best of the year, which is oftentimes backed up by viewership figures which tend to be significantly higher than any other race.

This clip was recorded in 1968, and it shows a relaxed, jovial Hill explaining Monaco in detail. If you’re planning on watching the race later today, this 2 minute 29 second film will be a great little reminder of why the principality makes such a wonderful race track.

Graham Hill Formula 1

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