Stirling Moss: ‘If It Had Wheels He’d Race It’| Motor Sport Magazine | Collector’s Edition

To celebrate the remarkable life of one of racing’s greatest ever drivers, Motor Sport is publishing a unique tribute to Sir Stirling Moss called Stirling Moss: ‘If It Had Wheels He’d Race It’.

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On sale 6 November

To celebrate the remarkable life of one of racing’s greatest ever drivers, Motor Sport is publishing a unique tribute to Sir Stirling Moss. Throughout his short career, Moss drove an astonishing array of machinery from Formula 1 single-seaters, to sports cars, rally cars and even speed record vehicles. Through it all his love of driving ‘on the limit’ provided the spectacle that made him such a crowd favourite and has ensured that his name has become synonymous with racing. This Motor Sport special issue with a foreword by his wife Lady Susie, traces Stirling’s career through the cars he drove and races he won with rare and previously unseen images as well as unique contemporaneous reports from the Motor Sport archive. ‘If It Had Wheels He’d Race it’ is the ultimate compendium of the ultimate competitor.

* Stirling Moss: ‘If It Had Wheels He’d Race It’ is also available as a digital download featuring additional multimedia content offering a richer more immersive reader experience*

Available in print and digital format.

Print edition: £19.99
Digital edition: £19.99
Print & Digital Bundle: £19.99

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