Stirling Moss1929-09-17 (age 90)
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Last Sunday’s news of Sir Stirling Moss’s death at the age of 90 elicited a flood of anecdote from friends and admirers around the world. David Malsher-Lopez could only count himself in the latter category, but shares a few personal memories of speaking with the great man.
Stirling Moss's death, at the age of 90, triggered an outpouring of emotions from the motor racing world that confirmed his place as a legend in the sport.
It’s one of the greatest drives in Formula 1 history, how Stirling Moss drove an underpowered, privateer Lotus to victory over the might of the works Ferrari in the 1961 Monaco Grand Prix.
The motorsport world has paid tribute to Sir Stirling Moss following his death at the age of 90 on Sunday.
A 1950s factory Scuderia Ferrari sports car raced by a star-studded list of F1 world champions is now the 10th most expensive car ever sold at auction
Motorsport legend Sir Stirling Moss has announced that he is to retire from public life at the age of 88 following the serious illness he suffered in 2016.
Sir Stirling Moss has finally returned home after 134 days in hospital to continue his recovery from a chest infection.
Formula 1 legend Sir Stirling Moss is recovering in hospital in Singapore after suffering a health scare.
Looking back over the top moments of 2014, and we couldn't help but recall Michael Schumacher's skiing accident, but more importantly his trip home and further progress.
David Brabham spearheading crowdfunded motorsports initiative.
Stars are human, like Sir Stirling Moss and Derek Bell, and automotive.
1989 NASCAR Winston Cup (now Sprint Cup) champion Rusty Wallace was honored Friday.
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British Formula 1™ driver Lewis Hamilton MBE was awarded the BRDC’s premier annual award, the BRDC Gold Star, for the fourth time.