A fascinating chance to hear Stirling Moss talk about his life and career, in a selection of interviews taken from the BBC radio and TV archive. Sir Stirling Moss, OBE, is a legendary British racing driver. In this collection we hear - in his own words - about his family and upbringing, on starting out and his early career choices, and why he became a racing driver. He discusses being a businessman, his relationships and the bittersweet feelings that occur with racing. He also touches on the many dangers involved with the sport, including the loss of friends. Stirling talks about his crash in 1962 - including his injuries and recuperation - as well as his celebrity lifestyle, his continuing popularity and reaching 70. Due to the age and nature of this archive material, the sound quality may vary.
Product InformationRunning Time: 59 minutes Publisher: AudioGO Ltd Series: In Their Own Words Number of CDs: 1 File Quality: MP3 (256 kbps) Release Date: 01/03/2012 D/L ISBN: 9781445862477
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