Sir Patrick Stewart is apparently a huge racing fan and made a documentary about one of the greatest racing drivers of all time, Sir Stirling Moss. Watch it, because it's the best thing ever filmed.
Britain has given the world more Formula-1 World Champions than any other nation. The list includes Jackie Stewart (3), Jim Clark (2), Graham Hill (2), Mike Hawthorn (1), John Surtees (1), James Hunt (1), Nigel Mansell (1), Damon Hill (1), Lewis Hamilton (1) and Jenson Button (1).
It's been a winner for me for a few years now. Indeed it's become a bit of a 'Hero Shot' on my portfolio, such was its popularity. What makes it a winner? The ingredients. A world famous racing driver who is a household name globally, a bright red Italian racing car, a gorgeous blonde, lingerie, sunshine and blue…
Variety, friends, is the spice of life. Sir Sterling Moss gets this, and is apparently equally happy driving something as nose heavy as a Ferrari 250GT SWB as he is nuzzling up to something with trunk-mounted motivation. Like a 911.
His elevator may be wonky, but Sir Stirling is definitely living the life. After all, what ‘50s racing hero gets this kind of attention while sitting in his ex-teammate’s Maserati?
Made of carbon fiber by Williams, this elevator cabin was not there for Sir Stirling last Saturday when he plunged three floors to break both ankles.
Retired Formula One driver and all-around hero Sir Stirling Moss fell three stories down an open elevator shaft yesterday, chipping four vertebrae, breaking both ankles and cracking four bones in his foot. Don't worry, according to doctors he'll be fine.