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IT'S the most intriguing mystery to grip the world of British motor sport since the Stig first donned his distinctive helmet to drive a reasonably priced car on BBC's Top Gear show.
SCOTTISH Formula One racing legend Sir Jackie Stewart has denied reports he crashed a super car costing over £300,000.
THEY were giants of motor sport who rose from humble lowland farming stock to thrill a generation with their exploits on the racing track.
THEY are the ghosts behind the wheel, the drivers killed in competition for whom Sir Jackie Stewart can only now weep. The Scots racing legend has revealed for the first time how he is haunted by the deaths of fellow drivers almost 40 years after retiring from the sport.
CAN A CHAP approaching three score years and ten still have va-va-voom? Well, here comes Sir Jackie Stewart OBE, motoring into the room at speed and apologising for being late – something to do with confusion over two car parks.
MOTOR-RACING legend Sir Jackie Stewart, one of Royal Bank of Scotland's "sporting ambassadors", yesterday agreed to take a pay cut to help the troubled bank.
CARDS ON THE table time. This column has never been a fan of Sir Jackie Stewart. Never, ever. Sure, we can marvel at his genius behind the wheel. Who wouldn't? And we are moved by some of the stories he tells about friends who have perished on the track. Some of those tales are very sad, like the terrible demise of the great Jim Clark.
SIR JACKIE STEWART believes Lewis Hamilton will turn the latest FIA farce to his advantage this weekend.
SIR Jackie Stewart believes Lewis Hamilton can hold onto his lead in the Formula 1 world championship, providing McLaren give him the car to do so.
FORMER world Formula 1 champion Sir Jackie Stewart yesterday said it was a "great honour" to be painted by the artist Jack Vettriano, who has completed a series of three pictures featuring Sir Jackie and his wife, Helen.
IT IS "impossible" for Max Mosley to survive as head of world motorsport, according to long-time adversary Sir Jackie Stewart.
SCOTTISH racing legend Sir Jackie Stewart was today launching a free support package for dyslexic school children.
SIR JACKIE STEWART has accused motor sport's world governing body, the FIA, of conducting a witch-hunt against embattled McLaren boss Ron Dennis.
SIR Jackie Stewart, the motor-racing legend, yesterday said he hoped a new DVD would help to increase awareness of dyslexia and prevent sufferers "being left in the dustbin of life".
MOTOR-RACING legend Sir Jackie Stewart is coming to the Capital to support a major fundraising campaign for Dyslexia Scotland.
SIR Jackie Stewart believes that unless corporate cash gets behind Scotland's young racing drivers, the nation's track record of producing world champions will hit the skids and stall.
FORMER world champion racing driver Sir Jackie Stewart was to receive an honorary degree from Edinburgh University today.
SIR Jackie Stewart announced yesterday that he is to stand down as president of the British Racing Drivers' Club in the spring.