For a decade from 1947-1957 Duncan Hamilton was one of Britain's foremost racing drivers and this larger than life character's racing autobiography 'Touch Wood!' has become a classic publication.
Duncan Hamilton drove Formula One and Two Grand Prix cars from Lago-Talbot, Maserati, HWM and Gordini, plus Works Team sports cars for both Jaguar and Ferrari. He won two legendary endurance races - the 1953 Le Mans 24 Hours and the 1954 Reims 12 Hours - plus many more minor events, whilst his own company - Duncan Hamilton & Co Limited - has been in operation for over 50 years.
Since its late founder's retirement, Duncan Hamilton & Co Limited has continued to thrive under the direction of Duncan Hamilton's son, Adrian. The Company has developed an extensive range of services around its core business as a market leader in sales and brokerage of thoroughbred post-World War II historic competition cars. FIND OUT MORE