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Goodwood Revival14bSir Jackie Stewart was honoured today as the Goodwood Revival paid tribute to the three- time Formula 1 World Champion. The stature of the motorsport luminaries, such as Sir Stirling Moss and John Surtees, present as 24 cars from Sir Jackie’s career lined up on the grid, was testament to the regard in which he is held. Lord March recalled how his grandfather, Freddie, ninth Duke of Richmond, had pointed out a young Jackie Stewart to him as a future world champion. Read More »


CarFest South Tyrell– Jody Scheckter reunited with F1’s six-wheeled winner
– “It’s a car everyone wants to see,” says the F1 world champion
– Sir Jackie Stewart and Nick Mason at Laverstoke Park Farm

Motor sport history was recreated at CarFest South (23-25 August), staged at Laverstoke Park Farm in Hampshire, when Jody Scheckter climbed back into the revolutionary six-wheeled Tyrrell P34 for the first time in nearly 40 years. Read More »

– Highlights of the 2013 Silverstone Classic on ITV4
– First of five programmes aired on Thursday evening
– Featuring Derek Bell MBE, Sir Jackie Stewart, Murray Walker OBE

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– Aston Martin centenary parade
– Duke of Kent, Sir Jackie Stewart and Murray Walker present

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Join Motor Sport Magazine for an exclusive dinner and talk with Sir Jackie Stewart at the Landmark Hotel in London on Wednesday 5 December, 2012.

Motor Sport Magazine’s Dinner with Sir Jackie Stewart, taking place in the stunning Drawing Room at the Landmark Hotel, will be packed with stories from Sir Jackie’s racing days, as well as a review of the 2012 Formula 1 season.

On the night, Sir Jackie Stewart – along with Motor Sport’s Editor-in-Chief, Nigel Roebuck, and Editor, Damien Smith – will be launching the charity auction for the Grand Prix Mechanics Charitable Trust, a charity which Sir Jackie founded in 1987. Read More »

Motor Sport, the respected monthly magazine with the famous green masthead, has teamed up with the Motor Sports Association, governing body of UK motor sport, to ask the nation to vote for its favourite British Formula 1 World Champion, as part of a special celebration during National Motorsport Week (30 June – 8 July) to mark the UK’s domination of Grand Prix racing.

Britain has produced more F1 World Champions than any other nation by far, with a glorious roster of 10 since Mike Hawthorn became the UK’s first in 1958. With Brazil and Finland tied for second with three champions each, it is a record that looks unlikely ever to be surpassed. Read More »

Three-times Formula One World Champion, motorsport safety campaigner and former F1 team boss Sir Jackie Stewart will join leading motorsport figures for the first History of Motorsport Technology Conference & Dinner at Cranfield University on 3 July 2012.

The History of Motorsport Technology Conference will be an integral part of National Motorsport Week 2012, held between the Goodwood Festival of Speed and the British Grand Prix at Silverstone. Read More »