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{{Inligtingskas renjaer|image=Jackie Stewart at the 2014 WEC Silverstone round.jpg|Podiums=43|Last win=[[1973 German Grand Prix]]|First win=[[1965 Italian Grand Prix]]|First race=[[1965 South African Grand Prix]]|Fastest laps=15|Poles=17|Points=359 (360)<ref name="droppedpoints">Up until {{F1|1990}}, not all points scored by a driver contributed to their final World Championship tally (see [[List of Formula One World Championship points scoring systems|list of points scoring systems]] for more information). Numbers without parentheses are Championship points; numbers in parentheses are total points scored.</ref>|Wins=27|caption=Stewart at the [[2014 6 Hours of Silverstone]]|Championships=3 ({{F1|1969}}, {{F1|1971}}, {{F1|1973}})|Races=100 (99 starts)|Years={{F1|1965}}–{{F1|1973}}|birth_place=[[Milton, West Dunbartonshire|Milton]], [[Dunbartonshire]], Scotland|birth_date={{Birth date and age|1939|6|11|df=yes}}|birth_name=John Young Stewart|nationality={{flagicon|GBR}} British<!-- Please read this note before changing this. This is Stewart's Formula One infobox and therefore contains the nationality under which he raced in Formula One, which was British -->|Last race=[[1973 United States Grand Prix]] (did not start)}}'''Sir John Young "Jackie" Stewart''', {{Post-nominale|OBE}} (gebore op 11 Junie 1939) is 'n Britse voormalige Formule Een-renjaer uit [[Skotland]] . Met die bynaam die "Flying Scot", het hy tussen 1965 en 1973 aan [[Formule Een]] deelgeneem, drie bestuurderswêreldkampioenskappe gewen, en twee keer as naaswenner geëindig oor die nege seisoene. Hy word deur baie mense beskou as een van die grootste jaers in die geskiedenis van die sport. <ref>{{Cite web|url=http://f1greatestdrivers.autosport.com/?driver=6|title=Formula 1's Greatest Drivers – AUTOSPORT.com – Jackie Stewart|website=f1greatestdrivers.autosport.com}}</ref> <ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.sportskeeda.com/f1/top-20-greatest-f1-racers-sir-jackie-stewart|title=Top 20 Greatest F1 racers: Sir Jackie Stewart|date=14 December 2012|website=www.sportskeeda.com}}</ref>
 
Buiten Formule Een loop hy net-net 'n oorwinning mis by sy eerste poging op die Indianapolis 500 in 1966, en hy het in 1970 en 1971 aan die Can-Am- reeks deelgeneem. Tussen 1997 en 1999 was hy in vennootskap met sy seun, Paul, spanhoof van die Stewart Grand Prix Formule Een-resiesspan.
 
Stewart was ook instrumenteel in die verbetering van die veiligheid van motorwedrenne, en het hom beywer vir beter mediese fasiliteite en die verbetering van die baan by motorsportbane.
 
Na die dood van John Surtees in 2017 is hy die laaste oorlewende Formule Een-wêreldkampioen uit die 1960's.
 
Jackie was op Hartfield laerskool in die nabygeleë dorp Dumbarton. Stewart was nie in staat om met sy sekondêre opleiding na hy 16 geword het, voort te gaan nie, en het in sy pa se motorhuis begin werk as vakleerlingwerktuigkundige.
 
 
Stewart se eerste motor was 'n liggroen Austin A30 met 'egte leersitplekke' wat hy kort voor sy sewentiende verjaardag vir £ 375 gekoop het. Hy het vir die koopprys gespaar met fooitjies wat hy by die gesin se motorwerkswinkel gekry het. <ref name="AMuS202017">{{Cite journal|title=Sir Jackie Stewart|journal=Der Schotte Ist Zwar Dreifacher Formel-1-Weltmeister, Aber Kein Wirklicher Autofan....|volume=Heft 20|date=14 September 2017}}</ref>
 
Hy het 'n aanbod van Barry Filer, 'n klant van die familiebesigheid, aangeneem om 'n aantal van sy motors op Oulton Park te toets. Vir 1961 het Filer 'n Marcos verskaf, waarin Stewart vier oorwinnings behaal het, en een keer aan Filer se [[Aston Martin|Aston]] DB4GT deelgeneem . In 1962 het hy 'n Jaguar E-tipe op Oulton Park getoets om te help besluit of hy gereed sou wees om 'n professionele bestuurder te word, wat Roy Salvadori se tye in 'n soortgelyke motor ooreenstem met die vorige jaar. <ref name="Kettlewellp2191">Kettlewell, p. 2191.</ref> Hy het twee wedlope gewen, sy eerste in Engeland, in die E-tipe, en David Murray van Ecurie Ecosse het hom 'n rit aangebied in die Tojeiro EE Mk2, en hul Cooper T49, waarin hy op Goodwood gewen het. Vir 1963 behaal hy veertien oorwinnings, 'n tweede en twee derdes, met ses aftredes.
 
In 1964 teken hy weer by Ecurie Ecosse. Ken Tyrrell, wat destyds die Formula Junior- span vir die Cooper Car Company bestuur het, het van die jong Skot van Goodwood se baanbestuurder te hore gekom en Jimmy Stewart gebel om te sien of sy jonger broer belangstel in 'n toets. <ref name="Kettlewellp2191">Kettlewell, p. 2191.</ref> Jackie het vir Goodwood se toets afgekom en 'n nuwe en baie mededingende Formule Drie T72-BMC oorgeneem wat Bruce McLaren getoets het. Stewart het McLaren se tye verbeter en McLaren laat terugkeer vir vinniger rondtes. Weer eens was Stewart vinniger, en Tyrrell het Stewart 'n plek in die span aangebied. {{Col-begin}}
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|40
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==Consultant==
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Subsequently, he became a consultant for [[Ford Motor Company]] while continuing to be a spokesman for safer cars and circuits in Formula One.
 
==Commentator==
 
===''ABC's Wide World of Sports and NBC Sportsworld''===
During the period 1971 to 1986, Stewart covered [[F1]] races, [[NASCAR]] races and [[Indianapolis 500]] as a [[color commentator]], and also functioned as [[Sports presenter|host]] for the latter. Jackie was a [[play-by-play announcer]] for the [[1976 Winter Olympics|Luge at the 1976 Winter Olympics]] and the [[1976 Summer Olympics|Equestrian at the 1976 Summer Olympics]] (partnered with [[Chris Schenkel]]) on ''[[Wide World of Sports (U.S. TV series)|ABC's Wide World of Sports]]''. He was noted for his insightful analysis, Scottish accent, and rapid delivery, which once caused [[Jim McKay]] to remark that Stewart spoke almost as fast as he drove.
 
Later, Stewart covered [[Champ Car|CART IndyCar]] races starting at [[Grand Prix of Long Beach|Long Beach]] in 1987 on [[Sportsworld (U.S. TV series)|NBC SportsWorld]], along with Paul Page. He returned in 1988, along with Charlie Jones. Stewart only covered road course and street races in his brief time at NBC. He did not return in 1989 and was replaced by [[Johnny Rutherford]] and [[Tom Sneva]].
 
===Australian and Canadian TV coverage===
Stewart also worked on Australian and Canadian TV coverage, from late 1986 to the mid-1990s.
 
==Team owner==
[[File:Stewart gp barrichello 1997.jpg|thumb|left|[[Rubens Barrichello]] driving for Stewart's [[Stewart Grand Prix|F1 team]] in {{F1|1997}}.]]
In 1997 Stewart returned to Formula One, with [[Stewart Grand Prix]], as a team owner in partnership with his son, Paul.<ref>{{cite web |title=Stewart unveils the SF1 |url=https://www.grandprix.com/news/stewart-unveils-the-sf1.html |website=www.grandprix.com |publisher=GrandPrix.com}}</ref> The team was a development of the previous [[Paul Stewart Racing]] team that had previously competed in lower formulae. As the works [[Ford Motor Company|Ford]] team, their first race was the 1997 [[Australian Grand Prix]]. The only success of their first year came at the rain-affected [[Monaco Grand Prix]] where [[Rubens Barrichello]] finished second. The following year, 1998, was less competitive, with no podiums and few points.
 
However, after Ford acquired [[Cosworth]] in July 1998, the team risked designing and building a new engine for 1999. The SF3 was consistently competitive throughout the season. The team won one race at the [[European Grand Prix]] at the [[Nürburgring]] with [[Johnny Herbert]], while Barrichello took three 3rd places, pole in France, and briefly led his home race at Interlagos. The team was later bought by Ford and became [[Jaguar Racing]] in 2000 (which subsequently became [[Red Bull Racing]] in 2005).
 
Stewart is also the head sports consultant/ patron for the [[Royal Bank of Scotland]]. In March 2009, he waived his fee for the year in response to the bank losing £24bn in 2008.<ref name="BBC News">[http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/scotland/7929586.stm BBC News] Sir Jackie waives fee to help RBS</ref>
 
==Honours==
[[File:Jackie Stewart Silverstone 2014.JPG|thumb|Jackie Stewart in the Silverstone pit lane for the [[2014 British Grand Prix]]]]
Stewart received ''[[Sports Illustrated]]'' magazine's 1973 "[[Sportsman of the Year]]" award, the only auto racer to have won the title.<ref name=r&t/> In the same year he also won [[BBC]] Television's "[[BBC Sports Personality of the Year|Sports Personality of the Year]]" award, and was named as [[American Broadcasting Company|ABC]]'s [[Wide World of Sports (U.S. TV series)|Wide World of Sports]] Athlete of the Year, which he was shared with American pro football player [[O.J. Simpson]]. In 1990, he was inducted into the [[International Motorsports Hall of Fame]]. In 1996, he was awarded an honorary doctorate by [[Heriot-Watt University]] in Edinburgh.<ref>{{Cite web|url=http://www1.hw.ac.uk/graduation/honorary-graduates.htm|title=Heriot-Watt University Edinburgh: Honorary Graduates|last=webperson@hw.ac.uk|website=www1.hw.ac.uk|access-date=2016-04-04}}</ref> In 1998 Stewart received an honorary doctorate from [[Cranfield University]] where he later served as chairman of the steering committee for the MSc Motorsport Engineering and Management.
 
He was a subject of the television programme ''[[This Is Your Life (UK TV series)|This Is Your Life]]'' in January 1970 where he was surprised by [[Eamonn Andrews]] at [[Thames Television]]'s Euston Road Studios.
 
In the [[1971 Birthday Honours]] Stewart was created an Officer of the [[Order of the British Empire]] (OBE).<ref name="gazobe" /> In 2001 he received a [[Knight Bachelor|knighthood]]. In both cases the honour was for services to motor racing.<ref name="gazkt" /><ref name="bbc2001" />
 
In 2002 he became a founding patron of the [[Scottish Sports Hall of Fame]] and an inaugural inductee.
 
In 2003 the World Forum on the Future of Sport Shooting Activities presented Stewart the Sport Shooting Ambassador Award.<ref name=WFSA>{{cite web |url=http://www.wfsa.net/amb_03.html |title=Sir Jackie Stewart |publisher=World Forum on Shooting Activities |accessdate=19 January 2016}}</ref> The Award goes to an outstanding individual whose efforts have promoted the shooting sports internationally.<ref name=WFSA/>
 
On 27 November 2008, Stewart was awarded an honorary [[Doctor of Science|Doctor of Science (D.Sc.)]] degree from the [[University of St Andrews]].<ref>{{cite web |url=https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/potw/2008/name,27498,en.php |title=Photo of the week |publisher=University of St Andrews |accessdate=19 January 2016 |url-status=dead |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20160125063718/https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/potw/2008/name,27498,en.php |archivedate=25 January 2016 }}</ref>
 
On 26 June 2009, Stewart was awarded the Freedom of West Dunbartonshire at a special ceremony in his hometown of Dumbarton.
 
In 2010, Stewart was named as a founding member of ''[[Motor Sport (magazine)|Motor Sport]]'' magazine's Hall of Fame.
 
On 28 January 2012, Stewart gave the starting command for the 50th Anniversary of the Rolex 24 at Daytona.<ref name=rolex>{{cite web |url=http://www.sundaymanagement.com/2012/01/28/rolex-24-hour-1-notes/ |title=Rolex 24 Hour 1 Notes |publisher=Sunday Group Management |date=28 January 2012 |accessdate=19 January 2016 |url-status=dead |archiveurl=https://web.archive.org/web/20160127095822/http://www.sundaymanagement.com/2012/01/28/rolex-24-hour-1-notes/ |archivedate=27 January 2016 }}</ref> He assumed the role after previously announced Grand Marshal [[A. J. Foyt]] was forced to cancel his visit due to complications from his recent knee surgery.<ref name=rolex/><ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.sportscardigest.com/a-j-foyt-honored-at-2012-rolex-24-hours-of-daytona/ |title=A.J. Foyt Honored at 2012 Rolex 24 Hours of Daytona |publisher=Sports Car Digest |date=1 February 2012 |accessdate=19 January 2016}}</ref>
 
==Other appearances==
[[File:Jackie-stewart usgp-at-indianapolis pit-lane 06-18-2005.jpg|thumb|left|300px|Stewart greets fans in the pit lane at the [[2005 United States Grand Prix]] at [[Indianapolis Motor Speedway|Indianapolis]]]]
Stewart appears in the 1966 John Frankenheimer movie ''[[Grand Prix (1966 film)|Grand Prix]]'' doing all the driving scenes for actor [[Brian Bedford]], who played Scott Stoddard, as Bedford did not know how to drive. Stewart anachronistically appeared in a cameo in a 1977 episode of "[[Lupin III]]" as a competitor in the [[1977 Monaco Grand Prix]] and also once appeared on the UK motoring program ''[[Top Gear (2002 TV series)|Top Gear]]'' as a driving instructor for host [[James May]]. Stewart was the subject in the [[Roman Polanski]]-produced film ''[[Weekend of a Champion]]'', in which Polanski shadows him throughout a race weekend at the [[1971 Monaco Grand Prix]].<ref name=r&t>{{cite journal|last=St. John|first=Allen|title=The King of Monaco|journal=[[Road & Track]]|date=March–April 2014|volume=65|issue=7|pages=14–15}}</ref>
 
[[George Harrison]], a good friend of Stewart's, released a single, "[[Faster (George Harrison song)|Faster]]", in 1979 as a tribute to Stewart, [[Niki Lauda]], [[Ronnie Peterson]] and fellow [[Formula One]] race car drivers. He is also interviewed in some depth in [[Martin Scorsese]]'s documentary biography of Harrison, ''[[George Harrison: Living in the Material World]]''. Stewart was featured in the video to the song "[[Supreme (song)|Supreme]]" by British singer, [[Robbie Williams]]. Stewart also wrote the foreword for the book ''The Centenary of the Car 1885–1985'' by Andrew Whyte in 1984.
 
Stewart appeared in several UPS commercials in 2002 and 2003 as a consultant for [[Dale Jarrett]] to convince Jarrett to "race the Big Brown truck". He, along with his son Mark, appeared in a [[Vectrex]] commercial in the 1980s as a spokesman for the General Consumer Electronics (GCE) / [[Milton Bradley]] [[Vectrex]] home [[video game]].<ref>Vectrex Commercial, Jackie Stewart High Performance theme. [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XqIwrsBXjUc NBC Friday Promos – May 1983]</ref> Stewart also featured in a special presentation video of the then all new [[Ford Mondeo]] in 1993, the video was given away free on the front cover of ''[[What Car?]]'' magazine in 1993.
 
2018 saw the 50th anniversary of the relationship between Stewart and luxury watch brand [[Rolex]].<ref>{{Cite web|url=https://www.carlthompson.co.uk/further-reading-blogs/2018/6/14/50-years-anniversary-for-rolex-sir-jackie-stewart|title=50 Years Anniversary for Rolex & Sir Jackie Stewart|website=MEN'S STYLE BLOG|language=en-GB|access-date=2019-09-24}}</ref> In 2018 Stewart appeared in US commercials for [[Heineken]] beer, in which he refused an offered beer saying "I'm still driving" before driving away in a [[Jaguar F-Type]].{{Feit}}
 
==Helmet==
[[File:Helmet integral Jackie Stewart.svg|thumbnail|upright=0.7|Crash helmet of Jackie Stewart with [[Royal Stewart Tartan]]]]
Stewart's helmet was white, with the red, green, blue, white and yellow [[Royal Stewart tartan]] surrounding the top.
 
==Personal life==
He married his childhood sweetheart Helen (née McGregor) in 1962, and they have two sons.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W2TYN8pLZgE |title=The Jackie Stewart Story – Driven to win – Part 2 |publisher=YouTube |date=3 January 2009 |accessdate=3 October 2013}}</ref> [[Paul Stewart (racing driver)|Paul]] was a racing driver, and later ran Paul Stewart Racing with his father, selling it in 1999. Mark is a film and television producer. The couple currently live in the Buckinghamshire village of [[Ellesborough]], on a 140-acre farm that was the hunting grounds of the nearby Prime Minister's country house, [[Chequers]]. Between 1969 and 1997 the couple lived in [[Begnins]], near Lake Geneva in Switzerland (and later sold his house to [[Phil Collins]]).
 
Stewart dictated his autobiography titled "Winning Is Not Enough", due to his [[dyslexia]].<ref>Stewart, Jackie (2007). ''Jackie Stewart Winning Is Not Enough''. London: Headline Publishing Group. {{ISBN|978-0-7553-1537-6}}.</ref> In a 2009 interview, and in the book, he discusses his close relationship with his older brother [[Jimmy Stewart (racing driver)|Jimmy]], who was also a successful racing driver in his youth but had a long struggle with alcoholism. Jimmy died in 2008.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://heritage.scotsman.com/jackiestewart/Jackie-Stewart-interview-My-brother.5213978.jp |title=Jackie Stewart interview: My brother the hero – The Scotsman |publisher=Heritage.scotsman.com |date=28 April 2009 |accessdate=3 October 2013}}</ref>
 
In 2018 he set up the charity [https://www.raceagainstdementia.com/ Race Against Dementia]. In 2016 his wife Lady Helen was diagnosed at the [[Mayo Clinic]] with [[frontotemporal dementia]]. As of 2018 Lady Helen has limited short-term memory and impaired mobility, and requires round-the-clock care support. Sir Jackie believes that the application of Formula1's technology and out of the box thinking could bring about earlier solutions to society coping with dementia.<ref>{{cite web|url=https://www.unforgettable.org/blog/sir-jackie-stewart-sets-up-charity-to-support-wife-with-dementia/|title=Sir Jackie Stewart sets up charity to support wife with dementia|date=5 July 2016|website=unforgettable.org|accessdate=15 October 2018}}</ref>
 
==See also==
*[[Sid Watkins]]
*[[Grand Prix Drivers' Association]]
*[[Jackie Ickx]]
 
==Footnotes==
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==References==
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==External links==
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*[https://web.archive.org/web/20110312072607/http://www.sirjackiestewart.com/ The official web site of Sir Jackie Stewart], www.sirjackiestewart.com
*[https://web.archive.org/web/20051119133228/http://www.motorsportshalloffame.com/halloffame/1990/Jackie_Stewart_main.htm International Motorsports Hall of Fame], Jackie Stewart
*[https://web.archive.org/web/20100620015713/http://www.genesis-publications.com/Press-Office/Forthcoming-Books/COLLAGE-Jackie-Stewarts-Grand-Prix-Album COLLAGE: Jackie Stewart's Grand Prix Album], a signed limited edition book
*[http://www.ddavid.com/formula1/stew_bio.htm Grand Prix History – Hall of Fame], Jackie Stewart
*[http://heritage.scotsman.com/greatscots.cfm?id=2343432005 The Scotsman newspaper, Heritage and Culture], "I risked my mother's wrath in order to be a driver"
* [http://www.theherald.co.uk/news/52309.html The Herald newspaper (Glasgow)], "Sir Jackie, was not diagnosed with dyslexia until he was 42"
* [http://www.4mula1stats.com/driver/Jackie_Stewart Jackie Stewart statistics]
* {{YouTube|2lqJ1n9ZUYA|Video Tribute to Jackie Stewart and his Tyrrell teammate François Cevert}}
* [http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/sport/formula_1/article6832171.ece Sunday Times article 13 September 2009]
* [http://www.bigredbook.info/jackie_stewart.html Jackie Stewart's appearance on This Is Your Life]
* {{Imdb naam|0829455}}
 
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