Motorsport giant Sir Stirling Moss, who passed away last year, is the subject of an excellent new biography by Richard Williams.
Sir Stirling Moss, who died earlier this week, scored over 200 wins in his storied career. One of the most unusual came in courtesy of a technology which never took off in F1.
Sir Stirling Moss, who has died at the age of 90, was far more than just ‘the greatest driver never to win the world championship’, the label most often applied to him.
Sir Stirling Moss, Britain’s motor racing hero of the fifties and sixties, has died at the age of 90.
Is this vast new biography of Stirling Moss really the “definitive” work on the greatest driver never to win the F1 championship?
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With the Goodwood Festival of Speed coming up soon, here’s a picture of Sir Stirling Moss at an earlier Festival for this week’s Caption Competition.
Formula 1 cars from at least 14 different constructors will be demonstrated at the Goodwood Festival of Speed this weekend. They include a special tribute to Williams, Lewis Hamilton in one of Ayrton Senna’s old McLarens, the largest collection of Silver Arrows and, of course, plenty of modern F1 cars. Here’s a run-down of the … Continue reading F1 car and driver highlights at the 2009 Goodwood Festival of Speed
Britain has had more home winners of its Grand Prix than any other country. And with Jenson Button favourite to win again this year, that record could grow even further this weekend.
Dozens of drivers were named by F1 Fanatic readers in the quest to find F1’s greatest underdog winner. Here’s the final ten to make your choice from – with videos of each race below to help you make up your mind…
‘From Hawthorn to Hamilton’ was the theme of this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed. Tomorrow Lewis Hamilton could win the F1 title on the 50th anniversary of the first British driver to win the championship: Mike Hawthorn. Journeyer tells the story. An unpredictable season, with multiple winners and stunning upsets. But as we approach the … Continue reading From Hawthorn to Hamilton? (Video)
The second part of the series looking at the 100 drivers to win F1 Grands Prix includes Britain’s first world champion, Mike Hawthorn. He’s one of four British drivers on this part of the list, the others being Peter Collins, Tony Brooks and Stirling Moss.
I’m meeting Sir Stirling Moss on Wednesday for the first time for an interview for my motorsport column Trackside over at Autotrader.co.uk. I don’t mind admitting I’m a little bit nervous about meeting one of Britain’s greatest racing drivers. Words and phrases like “legend” and “national institution” are bandied around too freely, but all the … Continue reading Hello to Sir Stirling Moss