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6 March 1931
3 January 2008 (76)
Bill Schindler (6 March 1909)
Oswald Karch (6 March 1917)
Piero Carini (6 March 1921)

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about Jimmy Stewart

James Robert Stewart (6 March 1931 – 3 January 2008) was a British racing driver from Scotland who participated in a single Formula One World Championship Grand Prix, driving for Ecurie Ecosse. He was born in Milton, West Dunbartonshire. He also competed in several non-Championship Formula One races. He was the elder brother of Jackie Stewart.


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1953 Alan Brown
John Barber
Adolfo Cruz
Ken Wharton
Stirling Moss
Bob Gerard
Peter Whitehead
Tony Crook
Rodney Nuckey
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Hamilton was rocked by the passing of Lauda earlier this week, with the pair having built up a close friendship since they worked together at Mercedes.<br>But while Hamilton cancelled his media commitments on Wednesday because of Lauda's death, Stewart reckons that the reigning champion will easily be able to put his emotions to one side when driving – just as he himself was able to do at Monza ...

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Hamilton made his F1 debut in 2007 with McLaren after spending his junior career backed by the British company, won his first world title the following season and has benefitted from his current Mercedes team's domination of the V6 turbo-hybrid engine era to add another four titles to his CV.<br>Britons George Russell and Lando Norris, plus British-born Thai racer Alexander Albon, all graduate to ...

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It is common for modern racing drivers to seek professional help with their physical preparation and conditioning, through the likes of personal trainers and nutritionists.<br>Stewart, who has long been an advocate of the benefits of coaching behind the wheel and mentally, believes modern F1 drivers are not making the most of other avenues of support.<br>He told Motorsport.com that using coaches ...

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Silverstone will host parades of historic F1 cars - driven by key figures from grand prix racing’s history - on Friday, Saturday and Sunday during the British GP, with Stewart the first driver confirmed.The parades, which follow an announcement earlier this year of a pair of support races for a full grid of cars from 1966 to 1985, have been organised to help commemorate the British GP ...

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