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We are very pleased to be able to offer you our range of signed Stirling Moss memorabilia. All photos are from an official signing sessions.

Your item will come with a Certificate of Authenticity featuring an image of Moss signing one of the product line at the session, and with the date and location of where and when the signing took place.

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Sir Stirling Craufurd Moss, was born on September 17, 1929 in London. He is arguably the greatest all-round racing driver of all time and a true icon of the motor racing world. Known during his career as ‘Mr Motor Racing’ he became a professional driver in 1948, at the age of 18, racing a Cooper 500.

Moss raced from 1948 to 1962 and won 212 of the 529 races he entered, including 16 Formula One Grands Prix. He would compete in as many as 62 races in a single year and drove 84 different makes of car over the course of his racing career, including Lotus, Vanwall, Maserati, Jaguar, Ferrari and Porsche. Like many drivers of the era, he competed in several formulae, very often on the same day.

In a ten-year career he won 16 races and achieved 24 podium finishes and is regarded as the greatest driver never to have won the World Championship.

One of his most famous races was winning the Monaco Grand Prix on May 14, 1961, driving a Lotus sports car.

Another of his best remembered drives was in the 1955 Mille Miglia, which he won in the record time of 10 hours 7 minutes 48 seconds, finishing almost half an hour ahead of teammate Fangio in second place.

In 1962, Moss was badly injured in a crash at Goodwood in a Lotus in the Glover Trophy. The accident put him in a coma for one month and partially paralyzed the left side of his body for six months. He recovered but decided to retire from racing after a private test session in a Lotus 19 the next year.

He was knighted in 2000.

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