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Sunday Grandstand


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Introduced by Steve Rider.
South African Grand Prix
The 1993 Formula 1 season gets underway with the South African Grand Prix from
Kyalami. Most eyes here will be focussed on the performance of the two new Williams team drivers - Alain Prost , three-times world champion and successor to Nigel Mansell , and Britain's Damon Hill , son of the legendary Graham Hill. Prost's title challenge is expected to be pushed all the way by Ayrton Senna , driving for McLaren. Spearheading the Benetton challenge is young
German Michael Schumacher.
Commentary by Murray Walker , James Hunt and Jonathan Palmer. (Sunday Grandstand continues at 2.30pm. Race highlights in Grand Prix at 8.35pm)


Introduced By: Steve Rider.
Unknown: Alain Prost
Unknown: Nigel Mansell
Unknown: Damon Hill
Unknown: Graham Hill.
Unknown: Ayrton Senna
Unknown: Michael SchumacHer.
Commentary By: Murray Walker
Commentary By: James Hunt
Commentary By: Jonathan Palmer.

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