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Jimmy Stewart, F1 driver


6 March 1931
3 January 2008 (76)
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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 John Barber
Alan Brown
Adolfo Cruz
Ken Wharton
Bob Gerard
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Tony Crook
Rodney Nuckey
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The Scot will become the third recipient of the Gold Medal which recognises an individual who has given a lifetime of service to motorsport and who leaves a lasting legacy.Former FIA President Jean Todt was the inaugural winner in 2021, before Stewart presented legendary American motorsport team boss and latterly the owner of the IndyCar Series and Indianapolis Motor Speedway Roger Penske with the ...

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Brundle was coming to the end of his usual pre-race grid walk when he reached a roped-off section at the front of the starting grid which was only open to selected VIPs.
Among them was tennis legend Roger Federer, who had been one of Brundle’s targets from a list of attending VIPs.
Brundle happened to come across Stewart, who with his Swiss connections knows Federer well. The three-time ...

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Already a successful entrant of other people?s cars, Ken Tyrrell became a Formula 1 constructor at the end of 1970. By the time his team closed its doors at the end of 1998, after being bought by British American Tobacco, Tyrrell had racked up 23 world championship grand prix victories, two drivers? titles and a constructors? crown.
While much of that success came in the team?s early ...

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The outfit that, like Ferrari, manufactured its own parts including the engine, scored 17 wins and 11 poles between its world championship debut in the 1951 British Grand Prix and its final proper F1 start, as Stanley BRM, in 1977.
Some of the era?s best drivers appeared for BRM and seven won points-paying races.
For this list Autosport assessed the amount of success the drivers scored ...

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Towards the end of his championship-winning 1996 campaign, Hill was informed by Williams that he would not be retained for the following season, with the team opting to sign Heinz-Harald Frentzen as Jacques Villeneuve?s new teammate.
The decision came as a surprise to Hill, and left the British driver with limited options for 1997. He eventually signed for Arrows, who had scored just a single ...

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Spielberg had been refused permission to shoot the finale of 1989's Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, the last part of the original trilogy, at the Petra archaeological site in Jordan.
However, after meeting Spielberg at a shooting event at Gleneagles, Stewart made an introduction to King Hussein of Jordan, who was also present.
The director was duly granted permission to use the location ...

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Hamilton is poised to break or equal records for both wins and titles this year, the Mercedes star currently on 90 race victories, one shy of Michael Schumacher's benchmark.
He's also on course to equal Schumacher's haul of seven titles, leaving the door wide open for Hamilton to become the standalone record holder in both categories by the end of the current regulations.
But despite those ...

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Race: 1973 Italian GP, Monza
Car: Tyrrell-Ford 006
We'd had a very good season at Tyrrell and I was leading the world championship going into Monza, which was the last grand prix in Europe. I knew I could secure the title before flying away, but then one of the rear tyres began to deflate during the race...

Jackie Stewart, Tyrrell 006 Ford
Photo by: David ...

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After hosting Formula 1 world championship rounds in 1952, 1953 and 1955, Zandvoort became a permanent fixture on the F1 calendar in 1958, only missing on the 1972 schedule as the drivers demanded improvements being made to the track to increase the safety.
But with the financial situation of the circuit becoming worse and worse in the early eighties and with the sport becoming less and less ...

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