Jackie Stewart was an apprentice mechanic at his father's garage. He became Britain’s most successful Formula One driver. Stewart started out in Formula Three with Tyrrell in 1964, moving to BRM (British Racing Motors) in 1965. He rejoined Tyrrell and went on to enjoy amazing Formula One success, winning the World Championship in 1969, 1971 and 1973. He won 27 Formula One races out of 99 starts. Stewart campaigned for improved safety measures in motor racing after being injured at the Belgian Grand Prix. In 1997, he launched his Formula One Motor Racing team with his son, Paul. This was sold to the Ford Motor Company in 2000 and re-named Jaguar Racing. He was knighted in 2001.