Sir Stirling Moss has retired from public life at the age of 88, closing a chapter on one of British sport’s most enduring stories. Moss will instead rest at home, spending time with his devoted wife Susie as he continues to fight the illness that has troubled him for more than a year. Arguably the greatest all-round racing driver ever, Moss suffered a serious chest infection in Singapore at the end of 2016 and spent 134 days in hospital before returning to his gadget-themed, James Bond-style house in Mayfair last May.
McLaren's running on the third day of pre-season testing stopped just before lunch because of a problem with Fernando Alonso's Honda engine. Testing can be an event for sitting around drinking coffee and the like. And McLaren's drivers have had more time to do that than they would care for this week.
Lewis Hamilton enjoyed a white Christmas in Canada as he hit the slopes for some snowboarding. The F1 world champion was wrapped up warm as he went snowboarding with some of his friends, including American racing driver Ken Block. The 29-year-old shared a selection of pictures on Instagram of him having fun in Canada.
Red Bull trophies theft: About 20 of F1 team's prizes stolen in ram raid from Milton Keynes base found in lake near Sandhurst
Some of the trophies stolen from Formula One team Red Bull's factory have been found dumped in a lake, it has been revealed. More than 60 trophies were stolen after a gang of six men used a vehicle to ram the front entrance of the team's building in Milton Keynes at around 1.30am on December 6. Thames Valley Police said that around 20 of the prizes were recovered from Horseshoe Lake near Sandhurst Monday after being spotted by a member of the public.