In the late 50s and 60s (considered by car enthusiasts the golden age of motor racing) internationally acclaimed drivers from around the world would attend and compete in the Bahamas Speed Week on the island of Nassau. Having retired from the sport of racing earlier this year Sir Stirling Moss, who had won in 1956 and 1957 has agreed to attend as the first patron of the Bahamas Speed Week Revival. It should prove to be a lively event, to say the least.

via Stirling Moss