London – Formula 1 World Champion Lewis Hamilton will honor late British motorsport legend, Sir Stirling Moss, for the talks.

«Two people from very different times and backgrounds, but the spark jumped between us and ultimately our mutual love for racing made us comrades. I am really grateful to have had these special moments with him, »wrote the English Mercedes driver Hamilton (35) in the social networks.

Sir Stirling Moss had died at the age of 90. “Saying goodbye is never easy and can be sad, but it will always be here in our minds and will always be a big part of Britain’s motorsport heritage,” said Hamilton.

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