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Sir Jackie Stewart | Impact of Team Budgets in F1 | Oxford Union



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ABOUT SIR JACKIE STEWART: Having retired as an Olympic-class shot, Sir Jackie Stewart OBE became an F1 driver. He competed between 1965 and 1973, and won three World Drivers’ Championships, earning
him the nickname ‘The Flying Scot’. In 2009, he was ranked
the fifth greatest Formula One driver of all time by journalist
Kevin Eason. Sir Jackie is now President of Dyslexia Scotland,
and the Founder and Chairman of the Grand Prix Trust.

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