Gurney and Moss first teamed together when they shared this Camoradi Maserati Tipo 61 for the 1960 12 Hours of Sebring, where they led early but eventually retired with a broken drive pinion shaft just short of three-quarters distance.
Photo: Willem Oosthoek Collection
I have had many co-drivers in my career…John Fitch, Juan Fangio, Peter Collins, Harry Schell, Tony Brooks…but Dan Gurney was the best co-driver I ever had, along with Fangio. There was no question that he was a superb driver. I only did a very few races with him but have always rated him very highly. It was only toward the end of my long involvement with Maserati that I actually did a race with Dan. I had started with Maserati…
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