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Johnny Herbert, born on June 25, 1964, in Brentwood, Essex, United Kingdom, is a former British Formula One racing driver whose career spanned from 1989 to 2000, during which he drove for various teams, leaving an indelible mark on the sport. Herbert's Formula One debut came in 1989 with the Benetton team. However, it wasn't until the British Grand Prix in 1995 that he secured his first victory, driving for Benetton-Renault. This win was a testament to his resilience and skill, as he had overcome a severe leg injury sustained in a Formula 3000 crash. One of Herbert's most notable achievements was his victory at the 24 Hours of Le Mans in 1991, driving for Mazda. This win showcased his versatility as a driver and his ability to excel in endurance racing as well. Herbert transitioned into a successful career as a motorsport commentator and analyst, offering insights and expertise to television audiences. His articulate commentary and deep understanding of the sport endeared him to fans around the world.

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Speaking to CasinoSite.nl, F1 legend Johnny Herbert said that ‘selfish’ Ralf Schumacher was the driver he liked the least during his career, and that he sees nothing other than a Red Bull win at the Dutch GP this weekend. Question: What are you predicting from the Dutch GP? JH: “Short answer? Max is going to …

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