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Stirling Moss Scrapbook 1929 - 54

 

Stirling Moss Scrapbook 1956 - 60

 

Stirling Moss Scrapbook 1961

 

Stirling Moss Scrapbook 1955

 

The Stirling Moss Scrapbook 1929 – 1954 tells the story of the formative years of one of the greatest racing drivers of all time.

 

It’s all in this book! Moss’s meteoric rise through the junior ranks with the little F3 500s, the big break with a borrowed XK120, the highs and lows with HWM when he took on the best in their more powerful Ferraris and shook the big names, the great drives and successes with Jaguar in the TT and at Le Mans, missing a Monte Carlo Rally win at the first attempt by mere seconds, the frustrating years when he put patriotism first and soldiered on with inadequate machinery and, finally, 1954 – the year when it all came right on the international stage.

 

Highlights:

 

  • Beautifully designed and presented large format (350x300mm/12×14″), landscape book.
  • 160 pages & over 500 images and photographs.
  • Entirely based on Sir Stirling’s own scrapbook collection, written memoirs and personal interviews.
  • Unique insights into motor racing in the ’40s and ’50s.
  • Packed with stunning period material, most never seen before.
  • Relive the races and the wins that created the legend, through Moss’s own eyes.
  • Follow Moss as he tackles the world’s most gruelling circuits in iconic racing cars (Jaguars, Maseratis, Coopers, BRMs, HWMs…)
  • All the landmark races including Monaco Grand Prix, Le Mans 24-hours, Mille Miglia, Monte Carlo Rally, Sebring 12-hours, German Grand Prix, Goodwood 9-hours, Tourist Trophy…
  • Moss myths exploded by new research!

 

Book Reviews

BOOK OF THE MONTH – Classic & Sports Car, October 2007

 

“Porter’s inspired idea of tapping into the scrapbooks of famous drivers continues with this third volume on maestro Moss.  The format is the same: a wealth of photos, artefacts, cartoons and press cuttings littered with quotes, results and biography.  This edition covers the early years, including dad Alfred’s exploits at Brooklands, first girlfriends – including a mystery blonde ‘sex goddess’ called Marlene – and the Cooper 500 years up to his Mercedes-Benz trial in winter ’54.  The treat of this edition is the variety of cars, including the family BMW 328, rally Sunbeam – Talbots, trials machines, HWMs and a host of Jaguars.  It’s a joy to dip into the packed layouts and discover fresh gems.  Highly recommended and fine value. MW”

 

Jaguar World, November 2007

 

“It’s all in this book; Moss’s ascendancy through the junior ranks in the little F3 500s, his years with HWM and Jaguar and the season when he was finally recognised as a world-class Formula 1 driver.  Illustrated throughout with images from his personal scrapbooks, including XKs, C-types and D-types.”

 

Auto Restorer, December, 2007

 

“… these are scrapbooks, not conventional biographies, and they’re filled with snapshots, professional photos and press clippings from family collections.  There also are personal insights and anecdotes on nearly every page supplied by family, friends, fellow racers and title characters themselves.

 

One such entry, from Moss’s sister, Pat, a rally driver herself, speaks of Sir Stirling’s entry into racing.  It seems that their father, a dentist who had done some racing himself, wanted young Stirling to follow him into dentistry.  “But dad said, ‘Okay, one year (of racing) and then you can come back and learn to be a dentist’,” Pat Moss related.  “And the rest is history.  Stirling was a winner from the very start.  Very much so.

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Stirling Moss Scrapbook 1929 - 1954 (Standard Edition)

A fascinating delve into the personal scrapbooks and memories of Sir Stirling Moss, to tell the story of his rise to motor racing greatness.

 

Price £39.95

 

Stirling Moss Scrapbook 1929-54 (Signed Standard Edition)

A fascinating delve into the personal scrapbooks and memories of Sir Stirling Moss, to tell the story of his rise to motor racing greatness. Standard Edition signed by Sir Stirling Moss and Philip Porter only £54.95.

 

Price £54.95

 

Stirling Moss Scrapbook 1929 - 1954 (de Luxe, Limited Edition)

Stunning, limited edition, leatherbound version. Individually numbered & signed by the author, Philip Porter and motor racing legend, Sir Stirling Moss.

 

Price £95.00

 

Released in celebration of his 80th birthday, this fourth book in the popular series follows Sir Stirling Moss through his most turbulent, demanding and, ultimately, successful racing years.

 

Moss’s career was at its zenith and by 1960 he had secured his reputation as the greatest motor racing driver in the world – although the title World Champion still, frustratingly, eluded him.

 

He dominated every race arena.  In Formula 1 he secured numerous landmark victories, including first GP wins for Vanwall, Cooper and Lotus.  In Formula 2, he was all-conquering, driving Rob Walker’s Cooper-Borgward.  He also helped Aston Martin to victory in the World Sports Car Championship.

 

Yet, for all his brilliance, Moss’s rise was far from simple.  Racing first with Maserati, then Vanwall and finally the privateer Rob Walker team, he struggled frequently with the unreliability of his machinery but led the most fundamental change ever seen in GP racing – as F1 made the transition from front to rear-engined racers.

 

Things were equally complex off the track, where the pressures of fame coupled with the dangers of the sport impacted on his personal life.

 

Sir Stirling’s personal reminiscences bring alive the colour, atmosphere, danger and sheer exuberance of motor sport in its heyday

 

  • Beautifully designed and presented large format, hardback book.
  • Entirely based on Sir Stirling’s own scrapbook collection, featuring the photos he chose to keep, fascinating cuttings and personal correspondence.
  • Sir Stirling ‘s first wife Kate talks for the first time about their love affair, marriage and the pressures that finally led to divorce.
  • Containing over 100 pages of never-been-seen-before material straight from Moss’s private diaries.
  • All the landmark races including Monaco Grand Prix, Le Mans 24-hours, Mille Miglia, Targa Florio, Sebring 12-hours, German Grand Prix, Goodwood 9-hours, Tourist Trophy …
  • All the cars from F1 to Sports Racing, including Vanwall, Maserati 300S, Aston Martin DB3S, Lotus 18, Maserati 250F, Mercedes-Benz 300SL, Porsche RSK, Ferrari 290S, BRM P25, Lister-Jaguar, Aston Martin DBR1, DBR2 & DBR3, Birdcage Maserati and Ferrari 250GT SWB.
  • De Luxe, Limited Edition: leather-bound book & slip cover.  Individually numbered.  Signed by the authors, Philip Porter and Sir Stirling Moss.
  • Dip in, dip out, or read it from cover to cover!

Standard Edition

£39.95

 

Standard (Signed) Edition

£54.95

Only 12 copies remaining!

 

de Luxe Edition

£95

 

 

Book Reviews

BOOK OF THE MONTH – Classic & Sports Car, October 2007

 

“Porter’s inspired idea of tapping into the scrapbooks of famous drivers continues with this third volume on maestro Moss.  The format is the same: a wealth of photos, artefacts, cartoons and press cuttings littered with quotes, results and biography.  This edition covers the early years, including dad Alfred’s exploits at Brooklands, first girlfriends – including a mystery blonde ‘sex goddess’ called Marlene – and the Cooper 500 years up to his Mercedes-Benz trial in winter ’54.  The treat of this edition is the variety of cars, including the family BMW 328, rally Sunbeam – Talbots, trials machines, HWMs and a host of Jaguars.  It’s a joy to dip into the packed layouts and discover fresh gems.  Highly recommended and fine value. MW”

 

Jaguar World, November 2007

 

“It’s all in this book; Moss’s ascendancy through the junior ranks in the little F3 500s, his years with HWM and Jaguar and the season when he was finally recognised as a world-class Formula 1 driver.  Illustrated throughout with images from his personal scrapbooks, including XKs, C-types and D-types.”

 

Auto Restorer, December, 2007

 

“… these are scrapbooks, not conventional biographies, and they’re filled with snapshots, professional photos and press clippings from family collections.  There also are personal insights and anecdotes on nearly every page supplied by family, friends, fellow racers and title characters themselves.

 

One such entry, from Moss’s sister, Pat, a rally driver herself, speaks of Sir Stirling’s entry into racing.  It seems that their father, a dentist who had done some racing himself, wanted young Stirling to follow him into dentistry.  “But dad said, ‘Okay, one year (of racing) and then you can come back and learn to be a dentist’,” Pat Moss related.  “And the rest is history.  Stirling was a winner from the very start.  Very much so.

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Standard Edition, hardback, large format (300mm x 350mm 12" x 14"), 179 pages.

£39.95

Standard Signed Edition, hardback, large format (300mm x 350mm 12" x 14"), 179 pages. Only 9 copies remaining!

£54.95

de Luxe Edition, as above leather bound cover & slipcase, signed by Sir Stirling Moss, individually numbered.

£95

Stirling Moss is an icon. Even just the words ‘Stirling Moss’ conjure up an immediate picture – an image of speed, excitement, daring, jet-setting and beautiful women. By 1961 he was at the height of his remarkable career. He was unquestionably the finest racing driver in the world, the benchmark by which lesser mortals were judged, and a charismatic sportsman, known the world over.

 

A hero to millions, his story is the stuff of legend. Often battling against the odds, he would brilliantly triumph against adversity. There was no better illustration of this than his 1961 season. Being better prepared for the new formula, Ferrari had a new, much more powerful engine than the British constructors. So Moss was to race with an under-powered Lotus. But Lotus could not sell his team a 1961 car so he had to race a 1960 example. Stirling preferred to race for a gentlemanly private entrant rather than a works team. And Ferrari set three, and at times four and five cars, ranged against him.

 

Add to that the massive accident he suffered during 1960 of which Autosport Editor, Gregor Grant, wrote: “His remarkable recovery from his serious Spa accident gained for him the admiration of the world, and was a lesson in determination and sheer courage that would be difficult to emulate”.

 

The stage was set for one of Stirling’s most incredible seasons and this is the behind-the-scenes story told by his own scrapbooks, his albums, his recollections and no holds barred comments about the cars, the circuits, the crumpet and the other drivers. Here we have all the fun and the flavour!

 

Standard Edition

£59.95

 

Standard Edition (signed)

£74.95

Only 12 copies remaining!

 

de Luxe Edition

£95

 

 

Book Review

Classic Car Weekly, August 3rd, 2006

 

To complement the already available 1955 version, Porter Press International has released another time warp with the Stirling Moss Scrapbook 1961. Fast cars and fast women were the pick of the day for Sir Stirling Moss during his glory years and this amazing book not only offers a deep insight into his 1961 racing season but also the variety of crumpet Stirling met, from Shirlee Adams, the American Airlines stewardess to actress, Judy Carne. He was never short of female company and in between races he was juggling five serious relationships!

 

The 160 pages are easy to digest thanks to the scrapbook format and most spreads contain press cuttings, race programmes plus anecdotes from Stirling and his friends. But even more interesting are his diary entries from races such as the German and more famous Monaco Grand Prix, where keen racer and mother Aileen was arrested for dashing in front of the crowd to congratulate her son! Following this racing great across the 12 months creates an illusion that the season is taking place now, not in 1961. Said to be one of the most important years of his life, this book isn’t to be missed, a refreshing change from the norm.

 

BOOK OF THE MONTH – Classic & Sports Car, July 2006

 

“Few top-level drivers have the time, or can be bothered, to keep mementoes when at the height of their career, but Stirling Moss even hired someone to collate cuttings, photographs, and other memorabilia. The result was a fantastic record of the privileged life of a celebrity sports hero during the 1950s and 60s. Last year Jaguar historian Philip Porter tapped into this rich source for his first scrapbook-style volume focusing on 1955, and its success has resulted in a second edition covering ‘61.

 

The chances of a full set are probably optimistic, but the format is again totally absorbing. Because Moss was hugely active in both single-seaters and sports cars, there’s plenty of variety mixed in with his hectic social life and myriad girlfriends. Rob Walker team cars feature prominently in this year with historic wins at Monaco and Goodwood for the blue-and-white racers. Moss’s comments about the Ferguson four-wheel drive after an epic win in the wet at Oulton Park against Clark, Hill and Mclaren in rear-engined machines are fascinating and illuminating: “I was going around the outside and saying, ‘Thank you.’ Absolutely ridiculous. Whereas in an ordinary car you’d be fearing things, this was terrific.” If you’re a Stirling Moss fan, this is a must-have book…” MW

 

Octane, July 2006

 

If you’re experiencing a sense of deja vu, it’s because this is the second volume based on Stirling Moss’s own scrapbooks to appear in recent months. And, like the first one, it’s our Book of the Month.

 

There aren’t many motor racing books that you can leave on your coffee table and be confident that any visitor – including your car-hating Aunt Agatha – will pick up and enjoy. Designer Andrew Garman and co­author Philip Porter have done a great job of creating a real pick & mix of press cuttings, photographs, letters and ephemera alongside a running commentary based on Moss’s diaries; it’s perfect for dipping into as well as being a valuable chronicle of this significant year in Moss’s career.

 

In 1960, Moss suffered a horrific accident when his Lotus 18 lost a wheel at Spa, resulting in two broken legs and three crushed vertebrae: despite this, and despite the handicap of having to drive inferior cars compared with his Continental opposition, he achieved some of his greatest victories in 1961 – at the Monaco GP in an outdated Lotus 18, and at the German GP in a Lotus 18/21, not to mention various TT wins. But the racing makes up only part of Moss’s life at a time when he was at least as famous as, say, David Beckham is today. You only have to note the number of newspaper cartoons in which the punchline makes some reference to his name to see what a profound impression he made on the public consciousness. More than one letter envelope is reproduced here, posted by some foreign fan and simply addressed to ‘Stirling Moss, London’ yet successfully delivered by the good old GPO: Moss was not just a man, he was (and is) an institution. Or is he a robot? Among the magazine clippings is a bizarre spoof (co-authored by Brock Yates and Gordon Bruce) claiming that Moss is actually a Mklll robot, complete with extremely detailed ‘cutaway’ drawing of his inner workings…And then, of course, there were the girls. Moss was clearly not a shrinking violet in 1961. Our favourite of the many letters in the album reads: ‘It is my earnest wish and insistence that you have no further communication with my daughter… She is still a MINOR, being 19 years of age. Further communication on either side is unnecessary.’

 

Sex, money and motor racing – it’s all here, and there’s more of it to come as Porter publishes further scrapbooks. We can’t wait.

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£59.95

 

Standard Edition

 

Packed full of period photos and cuttings, spiced with Sir Stirling’s forthright comments, accounts of races and snippets of information, this book has all the atmosphere of early ‘60s racing.

 

Standard Edition (signed) Only 12 copies remaining!

£74.95

 

£95

 

Stirling Moss Scrapbook 1961 (de Luxe, Limited Edition)

Stunning, limited edition, leatherbound version. Individually numbered & signed by the author, Philip Porter and motor racing legend, Sir Stirling Moss.

 

Stirling Moss is a national treasure. Arguably the world’s greatest all-round racing driver, he was a hero to several generations of schoolboys and countless enthusiasts throughout the world. He is still held in the highest esteem and is mobbed whenever he attends events. He was one of the first of the jet-setters, living a glamorous life of high octane motor sport and beautiful women. He only had to be seen with a fabulous female twice and all the papers would be reporting they were engaged. If he sneezed, the Press wrote about it. He was the Beckham of his era. The year 1955 was a truly remarkable one for Stirling Moss. Yet to really establish himself at the highest levels after gamely persevering with uncompetitive British machinery, he finished the year second only to the great Fangio in the World Championship and a household name, a mega-star. If there had been a world championship for sports cars, he would have won it by a handsome margin for he recorded some extraordinary victories in possibly his greatest year. In 1955, Moss won his first Grand Prix, won the uniquely gruelling Targa Florio, won the classic Tourist Trophy for the third time and, most amazing of all, brilliantly won the Mille Miglia, the sensationally dangerous 1,000 mile race around the roads of Italy, reaching over 170mph! This book is a light-hearted look at the fun, the excitement, the lifestyle, the racing, the people, the challenges, the tragedies, the victories, the crumpet… Based on Stirling Moss’s own private scrapbooks A delightful behind-the-scenes look at fifties motor racing The social scene and the jet-set lifestyle The year of many of Moss’s greatest triumphs Wins in the Mille Miglia, the Targa Florio and the T.T. Stirling’s very first Grand Prix win and on home turf The crumpet – the glamorous stars, the TV personalities… Stirling’s anecdotes and ‘no punches pulled’ comments Stunning period photographs, cuttings from around the globe Material to fascinate and intrigue Above all, the fun and the flavour

Standard Edition (reprint)

£39.95

 

Standard Edition (reprint, signed)

£54.95 - OUT OF STOCK

 

Standard Edition: £130

 

Standard (signed) Edition:

£150 - Only 7 copies in stock!

 

de Luxe Edition - SOLD OUT

Book Reviews

Motorsport , December 2015

 

This sold out first time around but is now available once more, reprinted to celebrate the 60th anniversary of one of Moss's most distinguished campaigns (including his maiden F1 world championship success, at Aintree, and the Mille Miglia victory shared with Motor Sport's Denis Jenkinson).

Featuring period press clippings, photographs and contemporary text to tie together the whole, it's a carbon copy of the original but none the worse for that. SA

 

Historic Racing Technology, October 2015

 

FIRST printed in 2005, this large format book has just been reprinted for those who missed it first time round.  As it is a scrapbook, the contents are presented in date order, a mixture of pictures, newspaper cuttings, diagrams and signed photos so that it encapsulates Moss's year.  It is a year full of highlights, including his win at the British Grand Prix and, of course, that famous Mille Miglia victory.

 

While this book is principally aimed at fans of Stirling Moss.  It also evokes a tremendous sense of what motor racing was like in the mid-Fifties which makes it that much more fascinating.

 

Octane – Best New Motoring Book, August 2005

 

Sometimes, ephemera can tell you as much about a subject as the meticulously researched biography – and it’s a lot more fun to look at. That’s why this latest addition to the Moss canon is so welcome: it’s basically a collation of press cuttings, snapshots and personal mementoes from Moss’s own albums, celebrating one of the most important years of his life. In 1955 Moss finished second to Fangio in the F1 World Championship and won the Milli Miglia and the Targa Floria, a remarkable tally by any standards.

 

Naturally, such major events are well documented here, but it’s the the peripheral stuff that catches the eye – photos of the young Moss, looking impossibly fit and handsome, waterskiing on the Italian Riviera in the perfect encapsulation of La Dolce Vita, or pull-out quotes about Moss’s many girlfriends, such as the ultra-brief and cryptic ‘Brookie was an American press girl’. The numerous clippings from newspapers of the day give you a tabloid sense of immediacy that a conventional biography never could.

 

Dipping into this world of glamour make you feel like a 1950s star-struck school-boy, whether or not you ever were one.

 

Classic & Sports Car, July Issue 2005 – “Book of the Month”

 

Moss’ scrapbooks are remarkable. Unlike many drivers, he diligently saved ephemera or, rather, paid for a cuttings service.

 

Elements have been sampled in biographies but Jaguar authority Porter has had the inspired idea of making a feature of them. This bold, 160-page landscape book is the first of a series presenting each year of Moss’ career and the result is hugely enjoyable. Each spread combines press cuttings, cartoons, magazine covers and photos – complemented by anecdotes from Moss and his friends, recorded by Porter.

 

From Borranis fitted on Stirling’s hot Standard 8 to the false alarm when his girlfriend Sally Tollett went missing in Italy, it’s the variety that makes this so absorbing. Be it heat exhaustion in the Argentine GP or relaxing on a Healey speedboat with Louise King and a mystery girl in Nassau, the pages present a vivid study of a superstar in the ’50s. Judy Noot, who worked for Moss, ’54-’58, and made up the scrapbooks, said: “We had a super working relationship. He’s so bloody normal.’ Second only to delving into the albums with Moss himself, this is a fascinating insight. We can’t wait for the next.

 

Jaguar Heritage, Issue 20

 

Sir Stirling Moss has lived in the heart of London for many years and at his delightful home is a section devoted to a collection of scrapbooks. They are carefully bound and catalogued and tell the story of his life; Soon they will all be reproduced in the same manner as this present volume. Philip Porter has been granted access to the archives and the result is this lavishly illustrated large format book. Compiled in collaboration with Sir Stirling the scrapbook uses material that Moss has collected, along with additional narrative and illustrations by Porter.

 

The book commences in January and goes right through to Christmas 1955. There is a wealth of material. It includes the spectacular Mille Miglia win that is still talked about. The winning Mercedes-Benz car has just been retired to the factory museum after its appearance at this year’s Mille Miglia.

 

Moss’s collection of newspaper and magazine cuttings is faithfully reproduced and they make interesting reading. How the style of reporting has changed over fifty years is an eye-opener! Moss’s life in motor sport has always been complemented by another life; he liked all sports from an early age and also had an interest in things mechanical and electronic. His house in London was one of the first to have remote controlled aids, such as garage doors and lighting, which were reported by the press nearly forty years ago. Moss stays active; he still drives the cars that made him famous in historic meets, such as Goodwood, with all the magic of his heyday.

 

This book is highly recommended and will become immediately collectable.

 

Business Money

You do not have to be a Sir Stirling Moss fan to obtain a massive amount of reward from reading, or leafing through, this fine title and it is sure to garner as much attention from being placed on your living-room table, as it ever would stashed in your domestic library.  Often regarded as the 'British World GP Champion, who never was', Moss remains, in his 87th year, one of the UK's best-loved exponents of an era that was packed with derring-do, controversy and excitement.  This is a great way to recall just one year, 1955, of  a sterling career and life.

 

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1955 was, perhaps, Sir Stirling's finest racing year - this wonderful publication includes * first GP win * amazing Mille Miglia victory * Targa Florio triumph * third TT success * and much, much more *.

 

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