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Sebring, 1957: Moss and Fangio take home the hardware
“On an old abandoned airfield, mighty craft of days gone by stand the challenge to the future, on the land as in the sky. Time goes by and as it passes, knowledge grows and standards rise.”
Especially in light oftheir passing, it’s imperative to recollect on the youthful days of our automotive heroes. Before every racing legend was larger than life, he or she was a fresh-faced driver entering the established ranks of motorsport, sharing the starting grid with a veteran keen on further cementing their legacy. That dynamic is on full display in this slice of FIA history, where we see the intersection of 28-year-old Stirling Moss and 46-year-old Juan Manuel Fangio as they battle for the 12 Hours of Sebring in 1957. Read the full article on Hagerty.com: