Many millions across the world are robbed of their memories by dementia. Race Against Dementia is working to change that.
In this Memories series, our founder Sir Jackie Stewart discusses memories of a remarkable life in motorsport, business and beyond.
Sir Jackie is joined by an illustrious group of famous friends, from international stars of music and entertainment to other sporting legends.
We hope you enjoy these unique Memories.
Episode 6: Daniel Ricciardo and Sir Jackie Stewart
Join us on a smile filled ride with Formula 1 superstar Daniel Ricciardo as he and Sir Jackie discuss his rise through the ranks from karting and Formula BMW to winning the Monaco Grand Prix, moving teams and everything in-between, including the famous shoey!
Episode 5: Mark Webber and Sir Jackie Stewart
With some spectacular motorsport crashes in his career, famed Red Bull Racing driver Mark Webber is lucky to be with us today. The Aussie Formula 1 star and TV pundit joins Sir Jackie for a look back at the highs and lows of an adrenaline-filled life and their close friendship off the track.
Episode 4: Nando Parrado and Sir Jackie Stewart
Surviving a plane crash at 18,000 feet and 72 days in the Andes surrounded by death. Nando Parrado is one of the most incredible human survival stories of all time. Tune in as he reveals all to his great friend Sir Jackie about the miracle in the Andes that inspired the Hollywood movie, Alive!
Episode 3: Sir Michael Parkinson & Sir Jackie Stewart
Legendary talk show host and fellow Dementia Australia Ambassador Sir Michael Parkinson joins Sir Jackie for this special edition of Memories. Friends for over 50 years watch them discuss meeting Muhammad Ali, The Beatles and more!
One memorable test drive at Goodwood in 1964 that would lead to a Formula 1 contract, a blind date that became the love of his life and challenges with Dyslexia as a young man who became a shooting champion.
Sir Jackie’s earliest memories of growing up in Scotland, his beginnings in motorsport and his first race in Monaco, an event for which he only had enough money for a one-way ticket, watch above to see what happened!
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