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​SCCA ROADRACER PREPARING TO RACE

1​​00x130cm - Acrylic on canvas

 

PORSCHE 550 SPYDER  - GROSSGLOCKNER

135x95cm - Acrylic on canvas

FERRARI 250TR - NURBURGRING 1000KM

200x130cm - Acrylic on canvas

Porsche RSK - Nürbürgring

100x100cm - Acrylic on canvas

 

FORD GT 40 READY TO WIN LE MANS

100x100cm - Acrylic on canvas

 

This is the Bruce McLaren and Chris Amon Ford GT40 before the start of the 24hrs race. 24h later they won the race… The 1966 finish remains, however, the closest in Le Mans history.  Ford’s 1-2-3 finish in 1966 was America’s first win at LeMans. 

SILENT BENTLEY - LE MANS Winner 1930 

100x100cm - Acrylic on canvas

 

Bentley won the Le Mans 24 Hours endurance race in 1924.

From 1927 to 1930 Bentley dominated the event and took victory on four consecutive occasions

Barnato & Kidston (Nr4) in their winning Bentley Speed Six.

Frank Clement, (Nr2) the 1924 winner, came second 

Bugatti Type 35 - Grand Prix de BRNO

150x100cm - Acrylic on canvas

DRAPEAU A DAMIERS

100x100cm - Acrylic on canvas

MOREL SUR AMILCAR

100x100cm - Acrylic on canvas

Morel preparing to race his Amilcar C6 at Montlhey race track in France

BENTLEY - 24h LE MANS WINNER 1924

100x100cm - Acrylic on canvas

Bentley won the Le Mans 24 Hours endurance race in 1924.

From 1927 to 1930 Bentley dominated the event and took victory on four consecutive occasions.

BONNEVILLE LINE-UP

170x100cm - Acrylic on canvas

Préparation des Ferrari

140x100cm - Acrylic on canvas

Preparing the Ferrari 156 in the Ferrari garage for the 1961 Belgian Grand Prix.

 the number 8 car was raced by Olivier Gendebien

RAVITAILLEMENT BUGATTI Type 35  - TARGA FLORIO

200X130cm - Acrylic on canvas

COURSE DE COTE en BUGATTI  BRESCIA

200X115cm - Acrylic on canvas

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CRASHED DINO 206  - TARGA FLORIO

135X95cm - Acrylic on canvas

PARC DES AUTOMOBILES - BUGATTI TYPE 35

100x100cm - Acrylic on canvas

JOHN EDGAR Racing TEAM  Porsche 550 spyder -FERRARI 857S 

SCCA National Road Races - Palm Springs 1956

100x100cm - Acrylic on canvas

 

JOHN EDGAR bought three PorscheÖs 550 Spyder, Edgar Team chief mechanic JOE LANDAKER works on the Edgar-owned Porsche 550A-0104 (foreground) while driver JACK McAFEE (in blue overalls) and team mechanic HARRY JONES (in red) make engine adjustments on one of the other two 550s present at this November 4, 1956 SCCA National Road Races meet on the Palm Springs, California airport circuit. The red cars pictured are EdgarÖs Ferrari 857S (#99) and Ferrari 410 Sport (#88), the car in which Edgar driver Carroll Shelby won the Palm Springs main that day. In the background there is one of the very first Big Race Car Transporters on the racing scene. The hot-rodded GMC tractor hauled this Fruehauf trailer designed to carry three race cars and fitted with stove, refrigerator, sink, well-stocked liquor and Champagne bar, and four pull-down sleep bunks. 

Mercedes 300SL Roadster - Course de cote

50x50cm - Acrylic on canvas

course de cote d'ollon villars 1963

MEIN BENZIN - PORSCHE 356 & MASERATI BIRDCAGE -  NURBURGRING

100x100cm - Acrylic on canvas

FERRARI 330 P3/4 NURBURGRING

100x100cm - Acrylic on canvas

RED FERRARI 250 GTO

100x100cm - Acrylic on canvas

PITCREW

155x155cm - Acrylic on canvas

MONTE CARLO - 40 YEARS LATER 

160x100cm - Acrylic on canvas

Vic Elford driving the 1964 Monte Carlo winning Porsche 911 during the 2004 Monte Carlo Historique. 40 years after his epic win in the same car, with the same co- driver, David Stone.