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WIN an autographed copy of Stirling Moss: All My Races

British racing legend Sir Stirling Moss OBE turns 80 this week, and in celebration of his extraordinary career has released a new book entitled 'All My Races' – and Crash.net has two signed copies to give away.

Moss is widely regarded as the finest driver in Formula 1 history never to win the world championship, with no fewer than 16 grand prix triumphs to his name – making him four times runner-up in the chase for the coveted crown, on three occasions to multiple world champion Juan-Manuel Fangio and on the other to countryman Mike Hawthorn, Britain's first title-winner – as well as success in the iconic Mille Miglia 1,600km road race in Italy alongside esteemed motorsport journalist Denis 'Jenks' Jenkinson.

In 'All My Races', Moss reflects on each and every one of his staggering total of 585 competitive appearances. For a chance to get your hands on an autographed example, click here



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piercarlogassolini - Unregistered

September 16, 2009 3:40 PM

This sis not a new book. It is a rehash of 'stirling Moss-My Cars, My Career', published about 20 years ago. BUT, that said, it's a fantastic read, a great look back at an era we will never see again. If it IS the same book, check out the time he won in a Ferrari at (I think) Oulton Park whilst listening to a BBC commentary of the race on the car radio!



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