Tag Archives: Stirling Moss

Maserati, klemcoll

The Bazooka

We now would like to show you a series of rare photographs of the first 1957 appearance of the Maserati 450S which was at the Buenos Aires 1000km race which took place on January 20, 1957. The Buemos Aires street circuit was called the Circuit de la Costanera Norte. The Maserati 450S was described as […]

Porsche, kklemcoll, Stirling Moss, Syracuse Grand Prix

Porsche versus Ferrari

The Syracuse Grand Prix in 1960 was held on March 19th on the old public road circuit at Syracusa on the southeast coast of Sicily. The race was for Formula 2 cars then of 1500cc motor capacity. There was considerable interest from both the entrants and the spectators as this would become the capacity for […]

Maserati, klemcoll, Nurburgring

Camoradi at the Nürburgring

In the pits before the start of the isürburgring 1000km race on May 5, 1960 is the Maserati T61 entered by Lloyd “Lucky” Casner’s Camoradi USA Racing Team. The Maserati would be driven by Stirling Moss and Dan Gurney. Although not the fastest in practice, they would be first at the end, about three minutes […]

Jaguar, Mille Miglia, Stirling Moss, klemcoll

Jaguar at the Mille Miglia

Here we are in the Piazza Vittoria in Brescia Italy during scrutineering for the Mille Miglia which will start later that night of April 25, 1953 and run throughout the following day. Stirling Moss is pushing his works Jaguar C-Type along with his passenger Mort Morris-Goodall, then Jaguar’s competition manager, as an official directs them […]

Stirling Moss, Swiss GP, klemcoll, HWM

His First World Championship Race

Here is a young Stirling Moss about to go out to practice in his first World Championship F1 race, the Swiss Grand Prix which took place on the dangerous Bremgarten circuit at Berne on May 27, 1951. Moss is in one of John Heath’s F2 HWMs which were powered by the two liter four cylinder […]

Tony Brooks, klemcoll, Spa-Francorchamps, Vanwall

Charles Anthony Standish “Tony” Brooks

Tony Brooks has died at the ago of 90. Here he is with the winner’s garlands after his victory with a Vanwall in the 1958 Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamps. Brooks that year was teamed with Stirling Moss and Stuart Lewis-Evans in the Vanwall team, but as the definite Number Two as Moss had choice […]

Mercedes-Benz, Stirling Moss, klemcoll, Aintree

Too Close to Call?

And here is the man who finished second – by only a very few feet – Juan Manuel Fangio. Both drivers were in Mercedes-Benz W196 Grand Prix cars. During practice Mercedes with four entries had proved faster than almost all others with only Jean Behra’s Maserati 250F getting among the German cars by setting the […]

Monaco Grand Prix, Stirling Moss, Prince Rainier, Princess Grace, klemcoll

Before & After

We are on the harbor front straight just before the start of the Monaco Grand Prix on May 29, 1960 as some of the drivers gather to listen to the race officials. From the left we may see Innes Ireland (Lotus), Alan Stacey (Lotus), Tony Brooks (Cooper), Stirling Moss (Lotus), Chris Bristow (Cooper), Phil Hill […]

Stirling Moss, Maserati, Monaco Grand Prix, klemcoll

Our End-of-Year Sale Start

This photo of Stirling Moss on his way to win the 1956 Monaco Grand Prix is the symbol for our End-of-Year Sale which begins on Monday, November 1 and runs to the end of this year. The sale carries a discount of 40% on all print orders, including orders for any of our many prints signed […]

Phil Hill, Monaco, Ferrari, klemcoll

Chasing Moss

Here is Phil Hill at the Monaco Grand Prix on May 14, 1961 charging up the Ste. Devote hill toward Casino Square. At this race Klemantaski was experimenting with what was then called a Press Camera which he had modified to use 120 size film as used in his Rollei. This type of camera could […]