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Sir Jackie Stewart – “I was the first person to spray champagne in Formula One” | Classic Driver Magazine

Sir Jackie Stewart – “I was the first person to spray champagne in Formula One”

Jackie Stewart! (totally met him...just saying)

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Sir Jackie Stewart – “I was the first person to spray champagne in Formula One” | Classic Driver Magazine

Sir Jackie Stewart – “I was the first person to spray champagne in Formula One”

Sir Jackie Stewart – “I was the first person to spray champagne in Formula One” | Classic Driver Magazine

Chris Amon - Ferrari 312 and Jackie Stewart - Matra - 1969 - Monaco Grand Prix

Sir Jackie Stewart – “I was the first person to spray champagne in Formula One” | Classic Driver Magazine

Browse 35 Years Ago Jackie Stewart Became World Champion For The Third Time latest photos. View images and find out more about 35 Years Ago Jackie Stewart Became World Champion For The Third Time at Getty Images.

Sir Jackie Stewart – “I was the first person to spray champagne in Formula One” | Classic Driver Magazine

1965 Belgian Grand Prix - Graham Hill leads team-mate Jackie Stewart and the rest of the field through Eau Rouge at the start of the race

#4 Jackie Stewart (GB) - BRM P83 (BRM H16) oil leak (10) Owen Racing Organisation

#4 Jackie Stewart (GB) - BRM P83 (BRM H16) oil leak (10) Owen Racing Organisation

f1 drivers jackie stewart and graham hill

carshoedriversclub: Graham Hill and Jackie Stewart in the dock of Formula 1 car Race in Montecarlo via Define Motor Sports

1970 United States Grand Prix, Watkins Glen : Jackie Stewart,  Tyrrell 001 #1,  Tyrrell Racing Organization, Retired (oil leak, lap 82). (ph: Motorsport.com)

1970 United States Grand Prix, Watkins Glen : Jackie Stewart, Tyrrell 001 #1, Tyrrell Racing Organization, Retired (oil leak, lap 82). (ph: Motorsport.com)

Racing Heroes – Jackie Stewart | Hemmings Daily

Racing Heroes – Jackie Stewart

Three time Formula 1 World Champion, the "Flying Scot", Sir Jackie Stewart talks to Jim Clark at Indianapolis, Note his trademark Royal Stewart Tartan crash helmet.

Painting by Jack Vettriano

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