Articles tagged Susie

Page 46 of August 2006 archive issue thumbnail Page 46, August 2006

Lunch with... Sir Stirling Moss

Simon Taylor finds out that life for the man they used to call Mr Motor Racing is more hectic than ever. For him it’s a logical continuation of the racing career that ended 44 long years ago Photography: James Mitchell Sir Stirling Moss doesn’t eat lunch. At 76 years of age, he’s far too busy. By 7am each day he’s at his desk in his self-designed, high-tech house in Shepherd Street, Mayfair. Lady...

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Out of the past

An unusual and intriguing correspondence took root in the Daily Telegraph recently. It was started by a Miss E. A. Locke who wrote to say she had held a driving licence for 55 years. This evoked quite a response from other venerable motoring ladies. A Mrs Roche put in a claim on behalf of her grandmother, who has been motoring since June 1911 and still, the letter explained, drives most days at...

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'Sir Stirling' - Moss Knighted in New Year's Honours List

Stirling Moss received a Knighthood in her Majesty The Queen's New Year's Honours List. On behalf of its readers, Motor Sport offers hearty congratulations to Sir Stirling — and of course Lady Susie — on an accolade not only richly deserved but also long overdue. We salute also John Cooper — who with father Charles gave Stirling his first drive in a 500cc single-seater — for being accorded a CBE...

Page 42 of April 1981 archive issue thumbnail Page 42, April 1981

Veteran Edwardian Vintage

A Section Devoted To Old-Car Matters Out Of The Past. . . . When I was exercising that enjoyable motor car, the BMW 628Csi, in Lancashire not long ago I called on Tom Robinson, who used to work for Parry Thomas. I can hear some of you remarking, before you go any further, "Not more about Thomas!" My retort to that is that long books have been written about other British racing drivers of this...

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Charity begins at Lords, with hope for tomorrow

To Sir Stirling Moss’s charity dinner at Lord’s, where the only journos in the room were our own Simon Taylor who was compere for the evening, and your correspondent who had blagged a ticket as a ‘guest of’ someone who is altogether more important. Thanks to this obviously significant other, I found myself on the top table with, among others, Martin and Liz Brundle, Sir Stirling and Lady Susie...

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Letters from readers

Write to: Motor Sport, Somerset House, Somerset Road, Teddington, Middlesex, TW11 8RT, United Kingdom E-Mail (please include address): motorsport@haynet.com The Editor reserves the right to edit all letters A sporting life Sir, I read with interest Brendan Lynch's article about SCH Davis in his Guildford apartment because, at about the same time, my wife and I went there to meet him. I warned...

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Flat chat with Sammy Davis

Le Mans winner, editor and raconteur, 93-year-old Sammy Davis had plenty of tales to tell. Brendan Lynch was his audience Sammy Davis saw Queens Victoria and Elizabeth II, The Titanic and Concorde, Charles Jarrott and James Hunt and survived two World Wars (that claimed his brothers and father). Yet at the age of 93 he had the energy of a teenager, the recall of a computer and an opinion on...

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Dan Wheldon 1978-2011

When he crashed to his death at Las Vegas in October, Dan Wheldon was enjoying a renaissance in his career. Wheldon had lost his job with Panther Racing near the end of last year and was without a ride this season, other than a one-off appearance at Indianapolis driving for Bryan Herta's team. Incredibly, he came through to win the Indy 500, and then landed a job testing the new 2012 Dallara...

Page 56 of October 2009 archive issue thumbnail Page 56, October 2009

Moss at 80 – Estate agent or MP?

If you know nothing about anything, those are the only two jobs available, and after my crash I didn’t want to be either. Simon Taylor came to ask me how I’ve earned a crust since 1962 On the afternoon of April 23rd 1962, the professional motor racing career of Stirling Moss ended against an earth bank on the approach to St Mary’s Corner at Goodwood. The cause of the accident has been endlessly...

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An Appreciation

S. C. H. Davis With the death of S.C.H. Davis from a heart-attack at his home in Guildford, at the age of a day short of 94, the motoring world has lost one of its most friendly, popular and accomplished characters and motoring sport one of the greatest all-rounders of all time, apart from which Sammy ("Sammy" was the nickname that stuck and best suited him) Davis was a prolific motoring writer,...

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