In the 1955 season Mercedes-Benz team signed Stirling Moss to drive the silver arrows alongside Juan Manuel Fangio. Argentinian Maestro still was the indisputable leader of the team, and won three out four first World Championship rounds, while Moss took two second-place finishes at Belgian and Dutch Grand Prix. Moss’s first World Championship victory was in the 1955 British Grand Prix at Aintree, penultimate round of the Championship, a race he was also the first British driver to win. The scale model was issued by Brumm in Moss’ commemorative “722” series that reproduce the cars he piloted. The race number 722 made famous by its victory at the 1955 Mille Miglia.
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