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Stirling Moss celebrates victory in the Argentine Grand Prix | Formula 1 photos | ESPN F1 1958

Stirling Moss celebrates victory in the Argentine Grand Prix

View of racecars at the start of the Grand Prix de Monaco in Monte Carlo, Monaco, May 13, 1956. British driver Stirling Moss (later Sir Stirling Moss) (#28, center), in a Maserati 250F, went on to win the race. Others visible include Argentinian Juan Fangio (#20) and Italian Eugenio Castellotti (#22), both in Ferraris on either side of Moss.

View of racecars at the start of the Grand Prix de Monaco in Monte Carlo Monaco May 13 1956 British driver Stirling Moss in a Maserati went on.

Stirling Moss celebrates victory in the Argentine Grand Prix | Formula 1 photos | ESPN F1 1958

Stirling Moss celebrates victory in the Argentine Grand Prix

Stirling Moss crosses the line to win the Argentine Grand Prix, January 19, 1958

Formula 1 photo: Stirling Moss crosses the line to win the Argentine Grand Prix, January 1958

f1 Juan Manuel Fangio, aquí en Gran Bretaña a bordo de su Mercedes en 1955.

Aintree GP, 1955 🇬🇧 Juan Manuel Fangio, Mercedes Benz Team mate Stirling Moss, on home grounds, would beat the Argentinian champ to the top step of the podium.

Alberto Ascari (#26) in the course of the GP of Monte Carlo in 1955. On the front row: Argentinian racing champion Juan Manuel Fangio and British racing champion Stirling Moss on Mercedes W196. After Juan Manuel Fangio's retirement, Stirling Moss became the leader of the race, followed by Alberto Ascari. Stirling Moss was forced to retirement too, for the breakage of the engine of his car.

Stirling Moss and Juan Manuel Fangio fight for the lead of the 1955 Monaco Grand Prix (Mercedes)

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