We asked you to share your memories of the late Sir Stirling Moss on Twitter and you sent them in in your droves. Here we've done our best to collate some of the best stories and images you have in a simple format.
So, without any further comment from us, here are your memories of Mr Motor Sport, and if we missed you off the list please don't be offended. Keep sending them in and we'll keep updating this article.
Witnessing his genius in the Maserati at a soaking Revival in ‘99. His drive through the field was mesmerising. All the better to have witnessed it with my late dad, brought back memories for him of seeing the Maestro in his prime. #stirlingmoss
Sir Stirling was gracious enough to sign my cap at the Australian Grand Prix. The year escapes me but I have always treasured my tenuous but tangible link with the great man. He was a true gentleman racer and an icon of the sport. pic.twitter.com/fVhP9l1fbH
The first time I ever went to @fosgoodwood, we'd just got there and were wandering around with jaws scraping the floor when somebody in blue overalls walked across in front of us. "OMG it's Stirling Moss...could I have your autograph please Sir Stirling?" He obliged, of course. https://t.co/JyeadFNitP
I had the pleasure of watching Sir Stirling Moss run up the hill @fosgoodwood in 2016. It was one of those magical moments as a spectator. It's not the best picture i have ever taken but it's a reminder of that special moment we all shared. RIP #FOS#StirlingMosspic.twitter.com/eVjpdHvuib
I briefly met Sir Stirling when he got his honorary degree at @UniOfHull. We got chatting about @GoodwoodRRC as I’d just been to FOS for the third time and I remember him stressing that I should forget about FOS and get to the Revival because that had “real racing”. Legend. pic.twitter.com/syu6C1W801
I have a #stirlingmoss story from a few years ago: I went to a charity driving day at @GoodwoodRRC with my then employer. We all whizzed round in various nice cars and Sir Stirling took us, 3 at a time, for a spin round with the legend himself driving a BMW M5. 1/3
This is how I think of Stirling. He competed in an era when drivers looked cooler than cool. He lived much longer than many of his competitors, friends and other legends of the sport. He can now line up alongside them on the grid. pic.twitter.com/FFeOpxTpaj
I met Stirling over 40 years ago when as a young delivery driver, I delivered some glass to his house in London. Although busy he was kind enough to take time to talk to a star struck racing enthusiast (me) .A meeting I have always cherished and will never forget.
My grandma was a nanny to the children of the racing commentator Neville Lloyd who was friends with Sir Stirling Moss. She tripped over Stirling’s feet at a party held by Stirling during the 1950s at Bellsize Park, London.
@GoodwoodRRC this was taken with Sir Stirling Moss in 2012 when he was at Goodwood promoting his 1961 book. Nothing was too much trouble for this gentleman when we met. A sad loss - RIP Sir Stirling Moss. pic.twitter.com/wCEWCGRAYe
So sad to hear this news, I have very fond memories of spending a week with Sir Stirling in Luxembourg as his chaperone at the Goodyear Test Track launching their new passenger tyre at the time. He was everybody’s choice to drive the circuit with him, and an honour for me.