Unilad:  British racing legend Sir Stirling Moss has passed away at the age of 90 following a long illness.  Sir Stirling, a four-time Formula 1 runner-up, died in the early hours of this morning, April 12.  With 212 wins from 529 races, Sir Stirling had been called ‘the greatest driver to never win the world championship’.  Remembered as one of the greatest Formula 1 drivers ever to compete, Sir Stirling famously never won the World Championship.  As per BBC News, Sir Stirling was the first ever British driver to win a home grand prix at Aintree in 1955. In 1961, he was awarded BBC Sports Personality of the Year.
In 1962, Sir Stirling retired from top-level motorsport following a crash at Goodwood that left him comatose for one month and partially paralysed for six.
Despite this, he continued to partake in legends events until he was 81, and was an active commentator and observer within the sport. He retired from public life in 2018.
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