Jackie, Jackie and Piers.
Last part from Jackie Stewart: The Flying Scot. Watkins Glen, 1973.
Colin Chapman’s reaction will always cut straight through to my heart. It’s half acceptance, half disbelief.
And Helen. Oh, Helen. :(
Mark Webber’s pass on Alonso through Eau Rouge was an example of when a grand prix driver has really come of age, racing against another grand prix driver that he has sufficient confidence in. And Alonso would have to be given the credit for being someone that Mark Webber had such trust and confidence in - because trust and confidence is not always the same thing - to be able to execute that manoeuvre, and it was the manoeuvre of the year for me.
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