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  1. Post update

    We will now bring this live page to a close after a look through some of the many tributes to British motor racing legend Sir Stirling Moss, who has died at the age of 90.

  2. Watch: Moss recalls two crashes

    Watch Sir Stirling Moss recall the two serious crashes at Spa and Goodwood that nearly cost him his life during his illustrious career. He even kept the two steering wheels as mementos!

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    Video caption: Sir Stirling Moss: F1 legend remembers his crashes at Spa and Goodwood
  3. Bruno and Lineker pay tribute

    The tributes to Sir Sterling Moss have not just been limited to those within motorsport.

    Former heavyweight boxing champion Frank Bruno and former England footballer (turned Match of the Day presenter) Gary Lineker have posted their tributes to a man who transcended his sport.

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  4. Andretti pays tribute to 'his hero'

    Another motorsport legend, Mario Andretti, had paid tribute to Sir Stirling Moss, calling him his 'hero'.

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  5. Sir Stirling Moss 'one of the greats'

    Former F1 world champion Damon Hill has spoken to BBC Sport about Sir Stirling Moss

    He said: “He became the icon, the poster boy if you like, for British Grand Prix drivers, right from the very beginning of the post-war period of motor racing.

    "I think he launched all the other careers of British racing drivers who went on to become world champions of which he sadly was denied.

    "But I think no one ever regarded him as anything less than one of the greats.”

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    Jean Todt, president of motorsport governing body the FIA, has paid his tribute to Sir Stirling Moss.

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  7. WATCH: Moss wins Sportsview Personality 1961


    In 1961, Sir Stirling Moss was named Sportsview Personality of the Year for his outstanding contributions to Formula 1.

    Moss finished the 1961 season second in the World Championship despite a great win in the German Grand Prix.

    Watch our archive footage of Moss collecting the award here.

  8. WATCH: Sir Stirling Moss and Lewis Hamilton at Monza

    Mercedes have paid tribute to Sir Stirling Moss by tweeting a video made by BBC Sport at Monza in 2015, featuring Sir Stirling and Lewis Hamilton.

    Check it out below:

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  9. 'A unique and raw talent behind the wheel'

    David Coulthard, President of the British Racing Drivers’ Club (BRDC), has paid tribute to Sir Stirling Moss:

    He said: “Sir Stirling had been a member of the BRDC since 1948, also the year he competed in the first race meeting held at Silverstone. Since then he has been an extremely loyal member and a true ambassador for our club.

    "Sir Stirling had a unique and raw talent behind the wheel, loved his racing and lived life to the full. A truly great character and gentlemen who will be sorely missed by all who had the fortune of knowing him.

    "I would like to add my most sincere condolences to Lady Susie Moss, their son Elliot and to his daughter Allison on their loss. Ciao Stirling!”