Vote for your best motorsport memory of all time

A judging panel including triple Formula 1 world champion Sir Jackie Stewart and Autosport selected 10 of the most famous motorsport events of all time. Prints of the 10 will be part of a raffle to raise money for Race Against Dementia and now is your chance to help us select moment number one.

The shortlist includes events from F1, the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the World Rally Championship and the British Touring Car Championship. The 10 are:

Mille Miglia 1955: Sir Stirling Moss wins the classic Italian road race with an average speed of 150km/h in his Mercedes 300 SLR.

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1957 German Grand Prix: Juan Manuel Fangio triumphs at the Nurburgring despite a slow Maserati pit stop and a gap of 40 seconds from the leaders.

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Le Mans 1966: Ford ends Ferrari’s winning streak at Le Mans with a 1-2-3.

German GP 1968: Stewart wins by more than four minutes in wet and misty conditions despite nursing his right wrist in a plastic support after a broken scaphoid.

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Italian GP 1969: Stewart’s Matra beats Jochen Rindt, Jean-Pierre Beltoise and Bruce McLaren in a four-way battle for victory to claim his first world title.

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Winner Jackie Stewart, Matra, with his wife Helen Stewart

Photo by: David Phipps

British GP 1987: Nigel Mansell beat Williams team-mate Nelson Piquet with a surprising overtake at Stowe Corner at Silverstone despite tire problems early in the race.

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1992 BTCC Silverstone Final: Tim Harvey takes the title after his BMW teammate Steve Soper and Vauxhall’s John Cleland famously collide.

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Rally GB 1995: Colin McRae wins Rally GB for the second time in a row and takes the title overtaking Subaru teammate Carlos Sainz.

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Brazilian GP 2008: McLaren’s Lewis Hamilton overtook Timo Glock in the final corner of the final lap in a wet/dry race to win his maiden world title by just one point over Felipe Massa.

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Le Mans 2016: Toyota loses the lead and the chance to win at Le Mans for the first time in the last four minutes.

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Fans can vote here: motorsportmemories.com/top-10-vote. Voting closes on November 29.

Send MEMORY to 70215 to enter the raffle and win one of the top 10 motorsport memory prints, powered by Motorsport Images.

Colin McRae, Derek Ringer, Subaru Impreza 555

Colin McRae, Derek Ringer, Subaru Impreza 555

Photo by: Motorsport Images

Race Against Dementia is a global charity using pioneering research and F1 attitude to find a cure for dementia. The charity was founded by Stewart, who will sign the first 10 mementos and officially open the exhibit before taking to the show’s main stage to talk about his personal involvement with Race Against Dementia and share memories of his motorsport career.

Tickets for the show, which takes place at the National Exhibition Center in Birmingham from 12-15 January 2023, are available on www.autosportinternational.com.

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