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21 April 2016
Hope for Tomorrow wins Queen’s Award for Enterprise “Innovation Category”
On her Majesty’s 90th birthday, Stirling and Susie are proud to announce that the charity Hope for Tomorrow, which was conceived and is run by their friend Christine Mills and of which they are Patrons, has won a Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the Innovation category. The charity, which launched the world’s first Mobile...
18 April 2016
The Classic Car & Super Car Pageant 19th June 2016
Stirling will be attending the Classic Car & Super Car Pageant, which takes place on St. John's Wood High Street on the 19th June 2016. Stirling will be located at the Knight Frank gazebo, where he will be signing photographs for a charitable contribution. Artist Dexter Brown will also be in attendace at the gazebo to complete two...
14 April 2016
2016 Donington Historic Festival
The Stirling Moss Trophy series, part of the racing package put on throughout the season by Motoring Racing Legends, will open at the Donington Historic Festival at the end of this month, which will see packed grids and some stunning cars taking part. The Historic Touring Car Challenge has proved to be particularly popular at Donington, which...
12 April 2016
2016 Festival of Speed theme announced
Sir Stirling will join a host of famous drivers and riders, including Jenson Button and Mark Webber, for this year’s Goodwood Festival of Speed, themed “Full Throttle – The Endless Pursuit of Power”, which will be held from 23rd - 26th June 2016. BMW, celebrating its centenary year, will head up the Festival of Speed as the...
4 April 2016
1957 Sebring 12 hour race Stirling Moss Coca Cola
This really happened, at the 1957 Sebring 12 hour race, Stirling took a bottle of Coca Cola on the move and drank it over the course of a lap. Stirling had seen some of the race photographers at the hairpin the lap before drinking Cokes so he gave them the classic 'thirsty' sign i.e. pretending to bring a bottle to his lips, as he drove by...
31 March 2016
Please sign the petition to reconsider prison sentences for animal cruelty charg
I rarely get involved in things of this nature but the inadequate sentence given to the two men who brutally tortured their bulldog called Baby, causing it to be put down, has angered me beyond belief. I am an animal lover and can appreciate that not everyone is but I don’t think anyone could not be appalled to hear of such cruelty to a...
12 March 2016
The flagship Safe and Sound car warranty scheme, backed by Sir Stirling, has featured in an ITN Productions programme in collaboration with the Institute of the Motoring Industry, to promote the best automotive businesses. Introduced by national newsreader Natasha Kaplinsky, this programme is part of a new initiative called ‘Driving...
5 March 2016
Alan Henry: 1947 – 2016
One of the stalwarts of grand prix and motor racing reporting, Alan Henry, has passed away at the age of 69, following a long illness.  A friend too many in Formula 1, including Stirling, who will remember him as being “One of the most knowledgeable people in motorsport” adding, “he was always great fun”. Henry grew up...