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Race of Two Worlds
Race of Two Worlds  (16 x 14) $55.00

Race of Two Worlds – Two Indy roadsters pound around the bumpy Monza banking during the 1957 Two Worlds race. This was an open challenge between the American and European racing cultures, ending with the Europeans being soundly whipped the two years the race was run. Offered here is one giclee from an edition of 200, with certificate of authenticity. It is the same size as the original pen and ink wash artwork, printed using archival paper and inks. (16 x 14) $55.00

Cobra-Ferrari Wars
Cobra-Ferrari Wars  (12 x 14) $65.00

Cobra-Ferrari Wars – A Cobra Daytona coupe leads a Ferrari 330 and a 275 LM through the esses during the 1965 LeMans 24 Hours. From a limited giclee edition of 200, virtually indistinguishable from the original pen & ink artwork. Re-signed and numbered in pencil by the artist with certificate of authenticity. Flat shipped USPS Priority mail. (12 x 14) $65.00

Pflugplatz
Pflugplatz (16x8) $50.00

Pflugplatz – Jackie Stewart sails his BRM over a rise on the Nurburgring racecourse during the 1966 German Grand Prix. This giclee is printed in the same dimensions of the original pen & ink on high quality archival paper. From a limited edition of 200, re-signed and numbered by the artist, with certificate of authenticity. (16x8) $50.00

World Champions
World Champions  (16 x 14) $70.00

World Champions – Ayrton Senna powers over a curb in his McLaren MP/4. Both driver and manufacturer would go on to win their respective Formula One world titles that year. This giclee reproduction is virtually identical to the original pen & ink. Flat shipped, re-signed and numbered by the artist. From an edition of 200. (16 x 14) $70.00

Tazio
Tazio (13 x 10) $55.00

Tazio – Tazio Nuvolari was one of the greatest drivers of the pre-war era and legend had it that he had made a pact with the devil, his skill behind the wheel was so phenomenal. Here he is sliding his Alfa-Romeo through the Monaco streets during the 1932 grand prix. One of a limited edition of 200, printed on archival paper, numbered and re-signed by the artist with certificate of authenticity included. As with all artwork, this is flat-shipped Priority mail. (13 x 10) $55.00

Into the Night
Into the Night  (11 x 7) $55.00

Into the Night – Duncan Hamilton prepares to take over driving the factory entered D-Type Jaguar during the 1954 LeMans 24 Hours. From a limited edition of 200, numbered and re-signed by the artist, with certificate of authenticity. (11 x 7) $55.00

Dominant Combination
Dominant Combination (11 x 14)  $80.00

Dominant Combination – Colin Chapman consults with star driver Jim Clark during a qualifying session for the 1965 Indy 500. Team Lotus would go on to take pole position and overwhelm the opposition in their dominant win that year. This giclee reproduction is one from an edition of 200, re-signed and numbered by the artist, with certificate of authenticity included. Flat-shipped USPS Priority mail. (11 x 14) $80.00

Regenmeisters
Regenmeisters  (14 x 9) $60.00

Regenmeisters (Rain Masters) – John Surtees in his Cooper leads Dan Gurney’s Eagle during a downpour during the 1966 German Grand Prix. Both drivers were well known for their prowess in the wet, hence the title. This giclee is one from an edition of 200, printed using archival paper and ink. As with all reproductions, it is re-signed and numbered in pencil by the artist. (14 x 9) $60.00

Out of the Boot
Out of the Boot  (13 x 6) $55.00

Out of the Boot – George Follmer accelerates his Shadow DN-4 Can-Am car out of the “Boot” section at Watkins Glen. Each print from the edition of 200 is re-signed in pencil by the artist with certificate of authenticity. Flat-shipped Priority. (13 x 6) $55.00

Clark at Monaco
Clark at Monaco (17 x 22) $120.00

Clark At Monaco – Jim Clark emerges from the oil dust during the 1965 Monaco Grand Prix. Clark would often dominate this event, but would never win it, as he was always plagued with mechanical breakdowns. This large giclee reproduction has great presence that is hard to convey from the image on the web site. Numbered and re-signed in pencil by the artist, with certificate of authenticity included. Printed using high quality archival paper and ink. Flat shipped Priority mail. (17 x 22) $120.00

 

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