In 1955, Stirling Moss finished second for the Formula 1 racing title.
In 1956, he finished second as well.
Moss came back strong in 1957, and finished... second.
1958? You guessed it, second again, by the slimmest of margins: one point.
1959? Ha! Got you there. Third.
Moss also finished third in 1960 and 1961, and then retired from racing. He earned the moniker of "the greatest driver never to win the World Championship".
Does that make him "the greatest Jewish driver"?
Well, Moss is only a quarter, but there is definitely not much competition for that title...