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Top Moments That Show The Brilliance Of Stirling Moss

After a long life pushing the limits of motorsports and performance we remember Stirling Moss for his greatest accomplishments. Stirling Moss was possibly the greatest racer to ever grace the European racing circuit in the 1950s as he zoomed through the long straights and tight corners of the Nurburgring. Throughout the man's career, there have been many points where he proved this quite well, such as in the treacherous 1955 Mille Miglia. 1000 miles of pure Italian asphalt and a wild average speed of 97.95 mph showed off his skill extraordinarily well as he crossed the finish line with the nearest opponent 32 minutes behind. Perhaps something more like the 1956 Italian Grand Prix is more your style as Moss seemingly found the perfect team for him in Maserati. Whatever your favorite Stirling Moss moment is, it is essential to recognize the outstanding achievements of this incredible man. Here are some of the best points in Stirling's intense life of fast-paced fun!
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Lotus 18 | 1961 Monaco win | signed Stirling Moss | 1:18 model

1:18 Lotus 18 – 1st 1961 Monaco Grand Prix – #20 Stirling Moss. Limited edition 1:18 resin model of the #20 Lotus 18 as driven to victory by Stirling Moss in the 1961 Monaco Grand Prix. Individually numbered limited edition of 150 examples worldwide (only 10 as a signed presentation).
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Stirling Moss signed Mercedes W196, 1955 British Grand Prix win, 1:18 Box Set

Limited edition Stirling Moss signed, 1:18 scale Mercedes-Benz W196, 1955 British Grand Prix winner, boxed set. Beautiful British livery box measuring 12 x 10 inches containing fabulously detailed model car, presented on a display base, hand signed by Stirling Moss, the car he famously took to victory for his first British Grand Prix win, at Aintree in 1955, beating his team mate J M Fangio.
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Moss at Monaco | Stirling Moss – Lotus – 1961 | colour print | signed Stirling Moss

Stirling Moss HAND SIGNED Lotus 18, Monaco 1961, EXCLUSIVE 50x35cm lithographic prints, with COA. Stirling Moss acknowledges the 1961 Monaco Grand Prix in the Lotus 18 as ’my greatest drive in Formula One’. For 100 scorching laps, he held off the three fast-charging Ferrari ‘shark nose’ 156’s, one of which was driven by Phil Hill, who liked to say ‘It was like a racehorse trying to chase a greyhound around a living room.’
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Stirling Moss signed original 1998 Mille Miglia poster

Original 1998 Mille Miglia poster measuring a huge 75 x 110cm, depicting the Mercedes-Benz 300SLR ‘722’ driven to victory by Stirling Moss and Denis Jenkinson. This poster has been signed by Stirling Moss and comes with a full Certificate of Authenticity. These are the original posters produced by Mille Miglia...
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Stirling Moss signed ’50th Anniversary’ 2005 Mille Miglia original poster

Original 2005 Mille Miglia ’50th Anniversary’ poster measuring a huge 75 x 110cm, depicting the Mercedes-Benz 300SLR ‘722’ driven to victory by Stirling Moss and Denis Jenkinson. This poster has been signed by Stirling Moss and comes with a full Certificate of Authenticity. These are the original posters produced by...
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Stirling Moss: ‘If It Had Wheels He’d Race It’| Motor Sport Magazine | Collector’s Edition

To celebrate the remarkable life of one of racing’s greatest ever drivers, Motor Sport is publishing a unique tribute to Sir Stirling Moss. Throughout his short career, Moss drove an astonishing array of machinery from Formula 1 single-seaters, to sports cars, rally cars and even speed record vehicles. Through it all his love of driving ‘on the limit’ provided the spectacle that made him such a crowd favourite and has ensured that his name has become synonymous with racing. This Motor Sport special issue with a foreword by his wife Lady Susie, traces Stirling’s career through the cars he drove and races he won with rare and previously unseen images as well as unique contemporaneous reports from the Motor Sport archive. ‘If It Had Wheels He’d Race it’ is the ultimate compendium of the ultimate competitor.
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