Stirling Moss


Stirling Moss is often regarded as the best driver to enter Formula 1 without winning the drivers championship. He entered 67 races and winning 16 of them.

He would finish 2nd in the championship four times and 3rd three times. He came closest to winning the championship in 1958 when he finished 1 point behind fellow Brit Mike Hawthorn.

Outside of Formula 1, Moss would win the Le Mans 24 Hours in 1956 alongside Peter Collins and is famous for winning the 1955 running of the Mille Miglia completing the 992-mile race with an average speed of 99 mph while racing on public roads.

Formula 1

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