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Jackie Stewart

1939-06-11 (age 81)


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Gallery: All of Jackie Stewart's F1 race wins

On this day in 1965, Jackie Stewart scored his maiden Formula 1 win in the form of a one-two finish for BRM at Monza. We recall his celebrated grand prix career, during which he was both hailed and criticised for being a proponent of safety, by listing all 27 of his race victories.

Lauda sadness won't affect Hamilton's focus, says Stewart

Three-time Formula 1 world champion Jackie Stewart has no doubts that Lewis Hamilton will be able to switch off from his sadness over the death of Niki Lauda and perform at his best in Monaco this weekend.

Stewart to drive title-winning F1 car at British GP

Three-time Formula 1 world champion Sir Jackie Stewart will drive one of his title-winning F1 cars during this year's British Grand Prix weekend.

Clark, Amon, and the speculation that rules motorsport history

As we approach the 50th anniversary of Jimmy Clark's death, David Malsher examines what might have been for the brilliant Scot and what should have been for Chris Amon in 1968. But first, a few more hypotheses from F1 and IndyCar history…

Stewart: Halo criticism akin to 1960s F1 safety backlash

Sir Jackie Stewart says the current outrage surrounding the planned introduction of the Halo to Formula 1 reminds him of the backlash against his own F1 safety push half a century ago.

Stewart brands Vettel “irresponsible” for Baku swipe at Hamilton

Three-time Formula 1 World Champion Sir Jackie Stewart says Sebastian Vettel made “a large mistake” when he banged wheels under safety car conditions with Lewis Hamilton in Sunday’s Azerbaijan Grand Prix.

Canada Post honours five Formula 1 legends

Canada Post has produced a series of five special stamps to honour five legendary drivers who together have won 17 Formula 1 Grand Prix du Canada races.

Gallery: F1 drivers who raced in the Indy 500

Several F1 drivers have been lured by the Indy 500, which forms a part of the the Triple Crown of Motorsport. While some went on to win the fabled race, others returned with less spectacular results.

Brundle takes over Grand Prix Trust role from Stewart

Jackie Stewart is to step down from his role as chairman of the Grand Prix Mechanics' Trust charity that he founded 30 years ago – with Martin Brundle taking over.

Stewart and Prost ‘demoted’ as Senna coffin carriers, claims new TV series

Grand Prix racing legends Sir Jackie Stewart and Alain Prost were originally planned to have been at the front of the ceremony to carry Ayrton Senna’s coffin during his funeral service, claims a new TV series in Brazil.

Bahrain GP: Post-race press conference

Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes), Kimi Raikkonen (Ferrari) and Nico Rosberg (Mercedes)

Top 20 moments of 2014, #11: Schumacher heads home after accident

Looking back over the top moments of 2014, and we couldn't help but recall Michael Schumacher's skiing accident, but more importantly his trip home and further progress.

No McLaren announcement on Monday

McLaren will not announce its 2015 driver lineup on Monday.

Can-Am spec car revival: Will it work in 2015?

Unlimited Racing Championship to pair with Pirelli World Challenge at four tracks.

Friends, family unite to honor Sir Jack Brabham

Sir Jack Brabham Memorial held to aid kidney research.

Matt Brabham at Silverstone for Sir Jack Memorial

Florida resident heads to England to honor his grandfather.

A doctor's take: Jules Bianchi brain injury

Dr. James Norman, who is also a race-winning driver, gives an insight into the kind of injury Jules Bianchi suffered un Suzuka

40 years ago today, Emerson Fittipaldi claimed his second F1 title

October 6th marks an important day in the history of the famous Fittipaldi family

Father plays down 'superstar' Verstappen's Suzuka debut

Jos Verstappen has moved to ease the pressure on his son's shoulders ahead of the Japanese Grand Prix weekend.

Parallel Lines: The Fittipaldi family

Welcome to a new series. In this first installment of 'Parallel Lines,' we talked with Emerson, Pietro, and Enzo Fittipaldi.

Hamilton wins Italian GP for the second time with Pirelli

Kvyat uses different strategy to nearly claim points finish from the back of the grid.

Wolff slams 'paranoid' conspiracy theorists

People are looking for an explanation to the easy pass at Monza for Lewis Hamilton over his team mate.

Alonso the 'only genius' in F1 today - Stewart

Sir Jackie Stewart believes Fernando Alonso is the best driver at the moment.

Ferrari: Championship resumes at Spa-Francorchamps

Next Sunday's Belgian GP will be the 59th and Scuderia Ferrari has won 16 times.

A final look back - Watkins Glen

Let's close the book on the tragic, shocking, thrilling, and overall memorable weekend at Watkins Glen International.

Former Watkins Glen race winner Rusty Wallace inducted into Walk of Fame

1989 NASCAR Winston Cup (now Sprint Cup) champion Rusty Wallace was honored Friday.

2014 British Grand Prix post-race press conference

Check out the full transcript from the press conference that immediately followed the British GP at Silverstone.

Hamilton decision is latest title blow

"You miss 100 per cent of the shots you don't take," - Niki Lauda, quoting Michael Jordan to describe Lewis Hamilton's decision to aborted his final qualifying run yesterday at Silverstone.

Emerson Fittipaldi and Nigel Mansell complete line-up for Silverstone’s parades

Nigel Mansell and two-times British Grand Prix winner Emerson Fittipaldi are the latest Formula 1® greats confirmed to take part in Silverstone’s 50th Grand Prix parades.

Ricciardo qualify top five at Red Bull Ring

Christian Horner: “I think P5 was the maximum we were going to get out of today with Daniel, who extracted everything he could from the car."

Five-times British GP winner Alain Prost confirmed for Silverstone’s 50th GP parades

Four-times F1® World Champion and Renault ambassador to drive 2012 British Grand Prix winning Red Bull RB8.

Silverstone to commemorate Sir Jack Brabham in historic 50th Grand Prix parades

David Brabham leads tributes to the late Sir Jack Brabham at the British Grand Prix

Kurt Busch named 2014 Sunoco Indianapolis 500 rookie of the year

Kurt Busch has been named the winner of prestigious award for his performance during the 98th Running of the Indianapolis 500 Mile Race on Sunday.

Hamilton declares Senna-style war on Rosberg

If Lewis Hamilton has his own ways, it will be 1989-91 Senna-Prost all over again, against his "friend-turned-enemy" Nico Rosberg.

Stewart, Prost moved from front of Senna's coffin

20 years later after Magic's funeral, behind-the-scene stories emerge.

Reviewing Franchitti and Hallbery's "Romance of Racing"

Anne Proffit reviews the book put together by Andy Hallbery and Dario Franchitti called "Romance of Racing."

Two legends lost before their time - Senna and Clark

Auto racing is a cruel sport and always seems to take those we cherish most. Today, we remember Ayrton Senna, but Anne Proffit also wants to remember another fallen icon - Jimmy Clark.

The RRDC has a new ambassador in Dario Franchitti

The Road Racing Drivers Club has been around for over 60 years now has three-time Indy 500 winner Dario Franchtti to spread their word. He was forced to retire after injuries sustained in the Houston Grand Prix last year.

Team battles hotting up at Mercedes, Red Bull

Mercedes' Niki Lauda also said Bahrain proves that 2014 doesn't yet belong to Hamilton. Ricciardo outpaces Vettel in qualifying.

Dario Franchitti talks about his role at Chip Ganassi Racing

discussed his driving the Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 to pace the 2014 Indianapolis 500, the Chip Ganassi Racing 2014 driver lineup and other topics.

2014 rules expose 'huge safety risk' - Stewart

"Drivers who are six seconds slower than the fastest cars is a huge safety risk" - Sir Jackie Stewart

GMM supports ZOOM charity auction

The drivers and team principals of every F1 team were asked to take a photograph of their chosen subject.

Jan Magnussen could quit racing to support son

Jan Magnussen is keen for Kevin to avoid his mistakes.

McLaren not commenting on Brawn rumours

Martin Whitmarsh era is over. Who is next?

Ram Racing looking to continue its winning ways in 2014

The year’s first major motor sport endurance event, the 9th running of the Dunlop 24H Dubai, will begin at 1400h (local, 1000h GMT) on Friday, January 10

Dario Franchitti: I've had a lot of time to think

Tony Kanaan: "I know that I can honor him every time I drive his car."

Boullier angry at timing of quit rumours

Is Eric Boullier really leaving Lotus?

Allan McNish, you will be missed

Another look at the McNish announcement this morning.

Official Partners of the 2013 FIA Prize-Giving

On board as official partners are Michelin, Philips, Rolex, and Volkswagen.

Stewart says Genii to solve cash crisis by Austin

Kimi Raikkonen said he considered sitting out this weekend's Grand Prix because he has not been paid "one euro" in 2013.

Vettel even better than Senna - Ecclestone

Berger says Vettel is best driver on the grid

This Week in Racing History (September 8-14)

People in this week in racing history include: Stirling Moss, Jeff "Hollywood" Hammond, Jim Richards, Mark Skaife, Johnny Herrera, Jackie Stewart, Tony Dean, Achim Warmbold and Jean Todt.

Experts doubt Raikkonen set for Ferrari return

It's hardly believed by Formula One experts that Kimi Raikkonen is going to re-join Ferrari.

America's iconic Corvette takes center stage in Monterey

Corvette Racing's Tommy Milner will be present at the Rolex Monterey Motorsports Reunion.