I would appear that this Vinyl contains the Soundtrack to a Piece of (silent) 8mm film, that contains the matching Video of Moss driving. Quite an interesting hybrid. I wonder how home users were supposed to Play this in sync.
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The SLR Stirling Moss is a wildly restyled version of the SLR that completely did away with both the roof and the windshield. And while the regular SLR's . -liter supercharged V8 already made an impressive 617 horsepower, the SLR Stirling Moss got a bump up to 650 horsepower. Built to commemorate Stirling Moss' legendary 1955 Mille Miglia win, Mercedes only offered the car to current SLR owners. They didn't come cheaply, either.
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Moss - Message For M. Lindsey Stirling.
Sir Stirling Moss is a national treasure. Arguably the world’s greatest all-round racing driver, he was a hero to several generations of schoolboys and enthusiasts throughout the world. Moss is now so iconic his name is often used as a metaphor for racing driver - the name alone invokes mental images of speed, bravado, the jet-set lifestyle and a bevy of beauties with whom to live it. By 1961 his career was at its peak; absolutely at the top of his game, a charismatic sportsman famous across the world.
Profile for racing driver Stirling Moss from Britain. Mr Motor Racing" – a legend and the best Grand Prix driver never to win the world championship. There are many more ways to describe one of the most famous drivers in the history of the sport. Stirling Moss finished as Formula 1’s runner-up for four years in a row as he had the misfortune (or privilege) to race at the same time as Juan Manuel Fangio. Moss drove anything from single-seaters to rallies and proved remarkably adaptable to all sorts of machinery. Success continued with his 500cc Cooper MkV-Norton in 1951 and Moss finished eighth on his world championship debut in that year’s Swiss GP after his HWM-Alta ran out of fuel on the line. He was third in the non-championship Dutch GP and returned to Dundrod to win the TT again, now driving a works Jaguar C-type.
Victory went to Stirling Moss driving the pale green UDT-Laystall Lotus 18/21 Climax from Jim Clark abroad the works Lotus 21 Climax and Tony Brooks driving the BRM P57 Climax. The 7 August meeting saw the Guards International Trophy for Intercontinental Formula cars. In effect the redundant . -litre F1 cars from pre-1961. On 22 September 1985, Brands Hatch hosted the second British round of the World Endurance Championship in the form of the Brands Hatch 1000km. It was to be another Porsche benefit, which the Stuttgart cars taking a 1–2 finish; first was the 962C of Derek Bell and Hans-Joachim Stuck (who jointly took the driver's title) with the identical car of Jacky Ickx and Jochen Mass second – these two were the only cars to covered the full race distance of 238 laps.