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Choose from 708 pictures in our 00237 collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Memory Lane Prints.


Y2K Stirling Moss 1954 winning Aintree Trophy Race Liverpool in a Masserati motor car Featured 00237 Image

Y2K Stirling Moss 1954 winning Aintree Trophy Race Liverpool in a Masserati motor car

Y2K Stirling Moss 1954 winning Aintree Trophy Race Liverpool in a Masserati motor car racing
Stirling Moss became a legend in motor racing. In the 1950's his name was synonomous with the sport in Britain. What Stanley Matthews was to football, Stirling Moss was to motor racing. (Born 1929, London.) However, despite his popularity and wealth of talent, Moss never won the World Driver's Championship. Some have claimed that this was because he loved motor racing too much - he wanted to race too many types of cars - never concentrating on Grand Prix racing. First GP - Swiss, 1951. He was team mate to Fangio - possibly the greatest ever Grand Prix driver, first with Maserati, then Mercedes, then again Maserati. Over these three years Fangio won the Championship three times. Moss was runner up to Fangio on each occasion. Moss came close on one more occasion, but again came second, this time to the British driver, Mike Hawthorn, by one point. His career ended on Easter Monday, 1962, after a high speed crash at Goodwood. His famous lucky No. 7 car was not seen in a Formula One Grand Prix again, although he did return to saloon car racing.
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FA Cup Final at Wembley Stadium. Arsenal 1 v Sheffield United 0 Featured 00237 Image

FA Cup Final at Wembley Stadium. Arsenal 1 v Sheffield United 0

FA Cup Final at Wembley Stadium.
Arsenal 1 v Sheffield United 0.
Arsenal captain Alex James holds the FA Cup trophy aloft as he sits on the shoulders of his team mates following their win in the final, courtesy of a goal by Ted Drake.
Left to right are: manager George Allison, Ray Bowden, Herbie Roberts, George Male, Alex James, Eddie Hapgood (holding the plinth) and Joe Hulme

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Jack Charlton with actress Vivienne Ventura seen here during a visit by the England World Featured 00237 Image

Jack Charlton with actress Vivienne Ventura seen here during a visit by the England World

Jack Charlton with actress Vivienne Ventura seen here during a visit by the England World Cup football team to Pinewood studio. Ventura is starring in the new Cliff Richard movie "Finders Keepers". July 1966

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1960s, Drinking, Fifa, Football, Footballers, Man, Smiling, Sport, Suit, Woman