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Sir Stirling Moss retires from competitive racing after a career lasting more than 60 years

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racing-doc

June 10, 2011 1:04 AM

Sir Stirling has been a glowing ambassador to the sport and I hope that we will still see Sir Stirling and his wife walking the paddock and meeting people around the track. Enjoy retirement but dont stop visiting us in Australia.

Diarmuid - Unregistered

June 10, 2011 7:06 AM

As a Schumacher fan who was pretty disgusted by his comments about him a few months ago I was all set to say good riddance. But...the man is 81 and still racing!!!! That is awesome in anyone's book. Enjoy retirement SM, just stop making anti schumi remarks.

Cliff Jones - Unregistered

June 10, 2011 7:48 AM


When a Policeman says to you when being stopped Do YOU THINK YOU ARE STIRLING MOSS, thats a legend, and that is most certainly what Stirling is !!

Happy Retirement (and no comebacks either Stirling)!

BuckBundy

June 10, 2011 9:49 AM

Not clear in the story, but is this immediate retirement i.e. he won't race, or is he marking this as his last race?

Would be a great shame not to race and deny the fans the chance for a good send off. This is the first year since 2005 that I won't be at Le Mans, so I know the fans wouldn't want him to bow out like this.

andrew. - Unregistered

June 10, 2011 12:08 PM

Completely agree with Dairmunds first sentance. I really couldn't give a damn.

The thing I don't understand about Moss is that he never says anything positive about any foreign driver. Is he just extremely patriotic or what?

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