By common consent Stirling Moss, defying attacks from Ferrari, drove his greatest race in Monaco in 1961. It was not, though, Phil Hill or Wolfgang von Trips who put him under the greatest pressure, but the team's third driver, Richie Ginther.
"Stirling was the greatest I ever saw," Ginther said. "And that was my best race, but it drove me nuts when the mechanics kept giving me this board, 'Ginther - give all'. What the hell did they think I was giving?!"
Towards the end of the race six years later, Ferrari gave similar messages to Lorenzo Bandini as he chased Denny Hulme, and Margherita, his widow, has a clear memory of his last time past the pits: "He took both hands off the wheel, as if to say, 'I can't do any more...'"