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A Portrait of Britain's Greatest Racing Driver.

You’ll have noticed that in recent days Sir Stirling Moss, Britain’s greatest racing driver, indeed one of this country’s most celebrated sporting icons, has announced his retirement from public life, choosing now to spend more time with his family . .

Moss discusses his career-ending crash in 1962 at Goodwood where he lost control of his car while passing Graham Hill. Sir Stirling Moss (born 17 September 1929) is a British former Formula One racing driver

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A Portrait of Britain's Greatest Racing Driver.

Sir Stirling Moss, OBE, is a legendary British racing driver. In this collection we hear - in his own words - about his family and upbringing, on starting out and his early career choices, and why he became a racing driver. He discusses being a businessman, his relationships and the bittersweet feelings that occur with racing. Stirling talks about his crash in 1962 - including his injuries and recuperation - as well as his celebrity lifestyle, his continuing popularity and reaching 70. The clips included are taken from: Face to Face, BBC TV (first broadcast 12 June 1960); Panorama, BBC TV (first broadcast 16 July 1962); Outlook, BBC Radio (first broadcast 21 May 1974); Profile, first broadcast BBC Radio 4 (21 October 1979) The Colin Berry Programme, BBC Radio 1 (first broadcast 24 March 1980); Stirling at.

Motor racing star Sir Stirling Moss has caused controversy by saying he didn't want 'a poofter or anything like that' to play him in a film. Known as the 'greatest driver never to win the World Championship', Sir Stirling won millions of fans in the fiercely competitive racing world, loved as much for his character as his driving skills. Stirling Moss dated many women including model Diana Terry, left, before settling down with wife Susie, above. Three years ago, Sir Stirling fell three storeys down a lift shaft in his London house, breaking both ankles as he landed on its concrete base. He also broke four bones in one foot, chipped some vertebrae, and suffered skin damage in the accident in March 2010.

This week, number six - Sir Stirling Moss. Sir Stirling Moss is the ultimate proof that statistics count only for so much when assessing the worth of a grand prix driver. Once Juan Manuel Fangio had retired in mid-1958, there were no doubts in the minds of anyone in Formula 1 - including the other drivers - about who was the best  . He was known as 'Mr Motor Racing'. Such was the impact Moss made that even today, 50 years after his enforced retirement, he remains a household name. Born: 17 September 1929.

Stirling Moss was born on September 17, 1929. Both his parents were motor sport enthusiasts. Having caught the bug, there was but one goal for Moss: becoming a professional racing driver. His parents would have liked him to adopt another profession but they supported his ambitions in every respect. In 1948 be competed in his first racing season in Formula 3, racing in 15 competitions and winning 12 of these - a good start. In 1949, 1950 and 1951, he clinched the British Champion’s title in Formula 2, and in 1954, he raced highly success-fully in Formula One, driving his own Maserati

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