ENGLISHMAN Damon Hill steered his Williams on a clear path through an accident-plagued Argentine Grand Prix early this morning for his first win of the season. Jean Alesi, in a Ferrari, who had appeared to be squeezed off the circuit at the first corner triggering a multi-car collision that stopped the race, came second. Behind him was defending champion Michael Schumacher in the Benetton Mercedes and Johnny Herbert in the second Benetton fourth. At least half a dozen cars were involved as the Frenchman lost control, causing collisions in all directions but almost miraculously no one was injured. Alesi's second, scored with his spare car after the first was rendered unusable, and Austrian team-mate Gerhard Berger's fifth placing gives Ferrari the early lead in the coveted constructor's championship. Briton David Coulthard in a Williams, starting from pole position, made a clean getaway and avoided the first-lap accident and recovered from a spin to retake the lead before falling victim to engine trouble.