Top Gear Presenter Richard Hammond candidly interviews racing veteran Sir Stirling Moss about the life altering similarities between their respective high speed crashes.



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Credited cast:
Himself - Presenter
Stirling Moss ...
Himself (as Sir Stirling Moss OBE)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Tony Brooks ...
Himself - Winner (with Moss) British Grand Prix 1957
Mindy Hammond ...
Graham Hill ...
Himself - World Champion 1962 & 1968 (archive footage)
John Holloway ...
Himself - Richard's Neuropsychologist (as Dr. John Holloway)
Henry Marsh ...
Himself - Neurosurgeon (as Dr. Henry Marsh)
Aileen Moss ...
Herself - Stirling's Mother (archive footage)
Val Pirie ...
Herself - Stirling's PA 1958-1966 (as Val 'Viper' Pirie)
Sid Watkins ...
Himself - Neurosurgeon, Former Head of F1 Medical Team (as Prof. Sid Watkins OBE)


In a frank and candid interview on the eve of the 2010 British Motorsport Hall of Fame, Top Gear presenter Richard Hammond sits down with racing legend Sir Stirling Moss to talk about the crashes that changed their lives and the complexity of the human brain. Interviews with the women who lived through the crashes with these extraordinary men, Sir Stirling's then PA Val 'Viper' Pirie and Richards wife Mindy offer a deeper insight into the impact the events had on those around them. Frank conversations with neurological experts Dr Sid Watkins and John Holloway help illustrate how very little we know about the wonder that is the human brain. A compelling and ultimately encouraging tale of two men, generations apart sharing a common experience that hopefully few will ever have to go through. Written by Anonymous

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6 June 2010 (UK)  »

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