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Stirling Moss - Motor Racing With Stirling Moss Album

Stirling Moss - Motor Racing With Stirling Moss Album

Performer: Stirling Moss
Title: Motor Racing With Stirling Moss
Style: Interview
Released: 1961
Cat#: 7EG 8583
Country: UK
Label: His Master's Voice
Size MP3 version: 1900 mb
Size FLAC version: 1995 mb
Size WMA version: 1105 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 466
Genre: Audio

Stirling Moss - Motor Racing With Stirling Moss Album


Tracklist

1Motor Racing With Stirling Moss: Part 1
2Motor Racing With Stirling Moss: Part 2

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CG 22, CG-22Stirling Moss And Lord Aberdare Stirling Moss And Lord Aberdare - Grand Prix With Stirling Moss And Lord Aberdare ‎(7", EP, Mono, Club)Children's Record Guild Of Australia, Children's Record Guild Of AustraliaCG 22, CG-22Australia1960
2312Stirling Moss And Lord Aberdare Stirling Moss And Lord Aberdare - Grand Prix With Stirling Moss And Lord Aberdare ‎(7", EP, Mono, Club, RE)Children's Record Guild Of Australia, World Record Club2312Australia1968
ZCG.22Stirling Moss Grand Prix With Sterling Moss And Lord Aberdare ‎(7", EP, Mono, Club)Children's Record Guild Of New ZealandZCG.22New ZealandUnknown
CG 22, CG-22Stirling Moss And Lord Aberdare Stirling Moss And Lord Aberdare - Grand Prix With Stirling Moss And Lord Aberdare ‎(7", EP, Mono, Club, RE)Children's Record Guild Of Australia, Children's Record Guild Of AustraliaCG 22, CG-22Australia1961

Credits

  • NarratorLord Aberdare, Stirling Moss

Notes

"Recording first published 1960" - but this refers to Various - Stirling Moss And Lord Aberdare - Grand Prix With Stirling Moss And Lord Aberdare (and presumably, its counterpart on Conquest ).Fiona Bentley Productions was a production team within World Record Club, which made recordings for that label's children's divisions, then licensed them to His Master's Voice in the UK. The label sequence indicates a 1961 release for this version.

Companies

  • Recorded By – Fiona Bentley Productions

Album

Sir Stirling Craufurd Moss, OBE 17 September 1929 12 April 2020 was a British Formula One racing driver. An inductee into the International Motorsports Hall of Fame, he won 212 of the 529 races he entered across several categories of competition and has been described as the greatest driver never to win the World Championship. In a seven-year span between 1955 and 1961 Moss finished as championship runner-up four times and in third place the other three times. Welcome to the website of the legendary British motor racing driver Sir Stirling Moss OBE 1929-2020, widely recognised as the greatest all-round racing driver in the history of motorsport. One of the original jet-setters at the peak of his racing career, such is the continued demand for Sir Stirlings services, that he still globe-trots around the world with Lady Moss, fulfilling appearance and promotional engagements as well as demonstrating historic race cars. We hope you enjoy browsing this website. Stirling Moss, arguably the greatest driver never to have won the F1 drivers championship, has died aged 90. We take a look back at his life. Stirling Moss rounds the old Station Hairpin in Rob Walkers Lotus 18-Climax during the 1961 Monaco Grand Prix. Photograph: Getty Images. Sir Stirling Moss motor racing legend's life in pictures. Sir Stirling Moss death: Motorsport world pays tribute. The 1955 Mille Miglia is one such. As a teenager, Stirling had been winning Formula 3 races back in 1948, but his early forays into sportscar racing proved his versatility, his adaptation seemingly instant. For the next dozen years, sportscar team managers knew that whether they ran a Jaguar, HWM, Frazer-Nash, Porsche, OSCA, Maserati, Cooper, Aston Martin, Lister or Ferrari, what could ultimately decide the race in their favor was having Stirling in their lineup. Sir Stirling held a unique status in motor racing'. I woke up and I'd broken my back' - Moss recalls two huge crashes. Moss won 16 of the 66 F1 races he competed in from 1951 to 1961 and became the first British driver to win a home grand prix in 1955 at Aintree. He famously lost out on the F1 title in 1958 to compatriot Mike Hawthorn after vouching for his rival and preventing him being disqualified when he was accused of reversing on track in the late-season Portuguese Grand Prix. Four times a runner-up in the F1 drivers' championship, he was named BBC Sports. Knighted Sir Stirling Craufurd Moss in 2000 for services to motor racing, the London-born dentist's son retired from all forms of motor racing only in 2011 when he was 81. He had been due to race his own restored 1961 Porsche RS61 in a Legends race at Le Mans that June and had also raced his 1,500cc Osca at historic events. Moss was taken ill in Singapore in late 2016 and spent 134 days in hospital battling a chest infection. He also survived a three-storey plunge down a lift shaft at his London home in March 2010, breaking both ankles and four bones in his feet. In January 2018 he withdrew from public life entirely to rest and spend more time with his family. British motor racing legend Sir Stirling Moss has died at the age of 90 following a long illness. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest Formula 1 drivers of all time, even though he did not win the World Championship. Moss retired from public life in January 2018 because of ongoing health problems. Moss previously spent 134 days in hospital after suffering a chest infection while on holiday in Singapore in December 2016. Moss' former team Mercedes said motorsport had lost not only a true icon and a legend, but a gentleman, while 1996 F1 champion Damon Hill said Moss launched all the other careers of British racing drivers who went on to become world champions. Stirling Moss, a British motor racing legend widely considered one of the greatest drivers never to win a Formula One title, has died aged 90, according to PA news agency and the Formula One MOSS lotus climax 18 monaco GP grand prix 1960 cliff allison accident. Rare 1955 motor sport stirling MOSS WINS british GP aintree mercedes 300SL test. Stirling Maserati Sports Sport Star Ring. Maserati 300S stirling MOSS jean behra harry schell nurburgring 1000 km 1956. Sir Stirling Craufurd Moss, OBE FIE Fellow of the Institute of Engineers born 17 September 1929 in London is a former racing driver from England. His success in a variety of categories placed him among the world's elite-he is often called the greatest driver never to win the World Championship. Moss was educated at two independent schools: at Clewer Manor Junior School, a preparatory school linked to the senior school Haileybury and Imperial Service College, and then to the senior school, both