Stirling Moss on his retirement from racing

Stirling Moss on his retirement from racing

Racing legend Stirling Moss announced his retirement from racing ahead of the Le Mans 24 Hours last weekend. AUTOSPORT talked with the 81-year-old about his decision, whether he had any regrets, and what he plans to do next

Last weekend marked the end of an era as Sir Stirling Moss announced his retirement from competitive motor racing.

He had been due to share his immaculate 1961 Porsche RS 61 with Ian Nuthall in the Le Mans Legends race which supported the Le Mans 24 Hours, but after one practice lap he decided that it was time to call an end to his illustrious career.

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