Re: "Winning is not enough"-Jackie Stewart
Actually I think its a lot more than that as he stopped racing in 1973, so its far from just being about racing. Its about his approach to life, dealing with people, trusting (or not trusting... as in his dealings with Ferrari...) How to be thorough and prepared and so on and so forth, all things which are just as valid today as they ever were.
If I have a criticism I'd say his approach to life appears a bit homespun...but I wish I'd done a tenth as well as him.
JYS has done well for a boy branded as 'stupid' at school, and whose dyslexia was not diagnosed until he was 41. I think there is a lot we can all learn from him.
Ken Tyrrell blamed the cost of the turbo engines for killing off the private teams mainly. I think he was right.