When variety was the very spice of life for an F1 driver

There was once a bygone era in motor racing when diversification was the rule rather than the exception for drivers.

Perhaps there is no better man to illustrate this than three-time F1 world champion and motorsport's only Triple Crown winner Graham Hill.

In 1965, a BRM works driver at the time, Hill ventured to America to race John Coombs' Oldsmobile -powered McLaren Elva M1 in the L.A. Times Grand Prix at Riverside, because variety is the very spice of life...