The "Flying Scot", he was the most successful driver of his era winning three World Drivers' Championships. Jackie was one of those drivers who was so smooth, so precise, that he didn't look quick unless you had a stopwatch in your hand.
He retired after the fatal crash of his teammate François Cevert at Watkins Glen one race earlier than intended and missed what would have been his 100th Grand Prix. Nevertheless, Stewart still won the Drivers' Championship that year.
His crusade to improve safety standards only adds to the living legend that is Sir Jackie Stewart.
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