Sir Stirling Moss (born 17 September 1929 in London, died 12 April 2020 in London) was a British former Formula 1 driver. He started competing in Formula 1 in 1950, driving for ENB at the Swiss Grand Prix. He became a full-time driver for Alfa Romeo in 1951. After four years with poor results, he was dropped by Alfa Romeo in late 1954. For 1955 he signed with Scuderia Anglo-Italia, and scored his first podium. Later on, he scored his maiden victory in the 1956 Scottish Grand Prix, putting him in contention for the world title, but he ultimately failed to overcome the dominant Jack Brabham. The following year, a new O.S.C.A. engine and a reliable package allowed Moss to lead the championship over the quicker Brabham, but a string of late-season retirements and bad performances allowed the Australian to pip him to the title in Watkins Glen.
Complete Alternate Formula One results
(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position; Races in italics indicate fastest lap)
* denotes season still in progress † denotes race that the driver failed to finish but for which they were classified ** Moss' regular car was impounded by Soviet customs, leading him to take over Giannino Marzotto's car for the remainder of the weekend.
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