A decade of publishing this prestigious HGPCA Yearbook reaches its climax for 2019 only to lose its president for many years Sir Stirling Moss.
His passing was mourned across the world of motorsport for one of Great Britain’s finest racing drivers. Stirling featured in almost every edition of the HGPCA Yearbook over the last decade.
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Today we say goodbye to Sir Stirling Moss, the racing legend. I think it’s important that we celebrate his incredible life and the great man he was. Saying goodbye is never easy and can be sad but he will always be here, in our memories and will always be such a huge part of British Motorsports Heritage. I certainly will miss our conversations. To be honest, it was such a unusual pairing, our friendship. Two people from massively different times and backgrounds but we clicked and ultimately found that the love for racing we both shared made us comrades. I am truly grateful to have had these special moments with him. Sending my prayers and thoughts to his family. May he rest in peace🙏🏾
Since the very first issue, we have been involved in the total production of this perfect bound book from accumulating the support advertising, through to creating a full artwork/design service and organising the final print production.
The book covers all the Associations race meetings throughout the year across Europe, commencing at the home of motorsport Silverstone, followed by Donington and Brands Hatch, and progressing across the channel to Pau, Nurburgring, Spa and Estoril Portgugal. Four interesting historic articles written by authorative motorsport writers complete this historic record preserved for years to come.
”"It's hard to drive at the limit, but it's harder to know where the limits are."Sir Stirling Moss1929 - 2020