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The scene is just prior to the start of the 1955 British Grand Prix at Aintree, and local favorite Stirling Moss is pictured amid the hustle and bustle of the starting grid talking with the brilliant manager of Mercedes-Benz Motor Sport, Alfred Neubauer. This race would end in victory for Moss, some say gifted by teammate Fangio, others say Moss fought a hard race. Moss himself, even today, is not too sure whether Fangio lifted or not as they approached the finishing line. Whatever the politics, it was a famous win for Sir Stirling, with the World Champion Juan Manual Fangio in 2nd place, both aboard iconic Mercedes W196 racing cars.

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