Sir Jackie Stewart competed in Formula 1 from 1965 to 1973 in what was a notoriously dangerous period of motor racing history. The Scotsman won three world titles during his career, taking 24 race victories and 43 podium finishes, and campaigned heavily for the improvement of driver safety.
Listen as he reflects on his career as well as the current state of the sport, including why he believes Eau Rouge is not the challenge it is made out to be and why Ross Brawn is the man to lead F1 forward.
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