"In addition to all the points
where a mistake might mean an accident, and there are hundreds of them, we also logged all
the long straights and everywhere that we could travel at maximum speed even though
visibility was restricted. Throughout all this preliminary work Moss impressed upon me at
every possible moment the importance of not making any mistakes, such as indicating a brow
to be flat-out when in reality it was followed by a tight left-hand bend. I told him he
need not worry, as any accident he might have was going to involve me as well."
Denis Jenkinson discussing preparation for the 1955 Mille Miglia
that he and Stirling Moss would win.
If Stirling Moss had put reason before
passion he would have been World Champion - he was more than deserving of it.