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Sir Stirling Moss

(1929-), Racing driver

Sitter in 12 portraits
By the age of 20 Stirling Moss was British motor racing champion, and although never achieving the world title (he was four times runner-up and in 1958 was beaten by only one point) his name was for many years synonymous with speed.

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Grand Prix drivers, by Arnold Newman - NPG P150(50)

Grand Prix drivers

by Arnold Newman
bromide print, 1979
NPG P150(50)

Stirling Moss, by Peter Keen - NPG x88863

Stirling Moss

by Peter Keen
bromide print, 1957
NPG x88863

Stirling Moss, by Rex Coleman, for  Baron Studios - NPG x125586

Stirling Moss

by Rex Coleman, for Baron Studios
2 1/4 inch square film negative, 31 August 1962
NPG x125586

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Stirling Moss

by Associated Press
copy print, 3 October 1954
NPG x45738

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Stirling Moss

by Lenare
cellulose acetate negative, 10 February 1954
NPG x6776

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Stirling Moss

by Lenare
cellulose acetate negative, 10 February 1954
NPG x6777

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Stirling Moss

by Lenare
cellulose acetate negative, 10 February 1954
NPG x6778

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Stirling Moss

by Lenare
cellulose acetate negative, 10 February 1954
NPG x6779

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Stirling Moss

by Lenare
cellulose acetate negative, 10 February 1954
NPG x6780

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Stirling Moss

by Lenare
cellulose acetate negative, 10 February 1954
NPG x6781

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Stirling Moss

by Lenare
cellulose acetate negative, 10 February 1954
NPG x6782

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Stirling Moss

by Lenare
cellulose acetate negative, 10 February 1954
NPG x6783

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James Griffiths

25 January 2016, 00:57

In your write-up it should read 'he was beaten BY only one point ', not to.

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