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1957 British Grand Prix: Stirling Moss takes a victory drink of Coca-Cola after he and Tony Brooks won the first World Championship Grand Prix

1957 British Grand Prix: Stirling Moss takes a victory drink of Coca-Cola after he and Tony Brooks won the first World Championship Grand Prix


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1957 British Grand Prix: Stirling Moss takes a victory drink of Coca-Cola after he and Tony Brooks won the first World Championship Grand Prix

1957 British Grand Prix.
Aintree, England.
18-20 July 1957.
Stirling Moss (Vanwall) takes a victory drink of Coca-Cola after he and Tony Brooks won the first World Championship Grand Prix by a British car.
Ref-Motor 7495C/23.
A Race Through Time exhibition number 28.
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In this iconic print from the 1957 British Grand Prix, we witness Stirling Moss celebrating his victory with a refreshing sip of Coca-Cola. Held at Aintree, England, on the scorching hot weekend of 18-20 July 1957, this race marked a historic moment in motorsport history. Moss, driving for Vanwall alongside teammate Tony Brooks, achieved an extraordinary feat by winning the first World Championship Grand Prix ever clinched by a British car. As he stands triumphantly beside his vehicle adorned with the number 28 and bearing the unmistakable logo of Coca-Cola, Moss takes a well-deserved break to quench his thirst. The image captures not only Moss's elation but also showcases the spirit of camaraderie between him and Brooks as they bask in their shared success. The joyous atmosphere is palpable as they revel in their groundbreaking achievement. Preserved within Motorsport Images' Race Through Time exhibition collection under reference Motor 7495C/23, this photograph serves as a testament to both sporting excellence and cultural significance. It immortalizes an era when motor racing was rapidly evolving into a global phenomenon while highlighting how brands like Coca-Cola became intertwined with popular culture. Through its timeless appeal and captivating composition, this image allows us to relive that unforgettable moment when Stirling Moss etched his name into history while enjoying a well-deserved taste of victory – courtesy of Coca-Cola.

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