Sir Stirling Moss is a former Formula One racing driver from England often cited as “the greatest driver never to win the World Championship.” He achieved success in several different categories but never claimed the big prize in F1, though this has not stopped him becoming something of a national motoring treasure who will forever be aligned with high speed racing. Born in London, Moss is an inductee into the International Motorsports Hall of Fame and in the 1950s participated in several successful speed record attempts.
Moss, who raced from 1948 to 1962, won 212 of the 529 races he entered, including 16 Formula One Grand Prix. He would compete in as many as 62 races in a single year and drove 84 different makes of car over the course of his racing career, including Cooper 500, ERA, Lotus, Maserati, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche and Vanwall single-seaters, Aston Martin, Maserati, Ferrari, Jaguar and Mercedes-Benz sports cars, and Jaguar saloons. Away from racing, Moss acted as a colour commentator for ABC’s Wide World of Sports for Formula One and NASCAR races and is the narrator in the popular children’s series Roary the Racing Car, which stars Peter Kay. In the New Year Honours 2000 List, Moss was made a Knight Bachelor for services to motor racing and nowadays is often found presenting trophies at racing tracks, interviewing current F1 stars or receiving awards for his own achievements.
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