The term living legend is comprised of two words that aren't paired up very often, and for good reason. There are very few folks who deserve the honor, yet Sir Stirling Moss is most certainly one of them. The man has had an absolutely tremendous driving career, and while he's often referred to as "the greatest driver to never win a world championship," that only defines a small part of his motoring life. Moss has been racing since 1948, and has conquered some of the all-time greatest racing events and driven many of the all-time greatest cars. He recently sat down to chat all about it with Henry Hope-Frost.
It's a video that's basic in its premise. Two men sit down and have a chat in front of a pair of cameras. It just so happens that the man giving the answers and telling the stories is discussing tremendous bits of motorsports history. He also has a few pieces of memorabilia to share with Hope-Frost, including the steering wheel from his Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR.
The video has a run time of just over 13 minutes, so make sure you have time to sit down and take it all in. You're listening to a living legend, so you'll want to hear everything he has to say.