A Signed and Number Limited Edition Giclee - Signed by Drivers (3) and Artist - Limited Only 22/35 Pcs/With Certicate
|Object type:||Decorative item|
The "Langheck" was the absolute culmination of Porsche 917 development as a long distance racer,endeavouring to achieve low drag, and hence low fuel consumption, with stability.For Le Mans in 1971, yhe Longtail Coupe of Vic Elford and Gerard Larrousse, entered by the Martini International Racing Team,attained a speed of 240 MPH (386 km/H) along the Mulsanne Straight.This charismatic car is depicted leading two Ferrari 512's and the JWA Gulf 917LH of Derek Bell and Jo Siffert, as they sweep trough the right hand curve after the pit straigt towards the Dunlop bridge.
Edition signed by Vic Elford,Gerhard Larousse and Derek Bell (With Certificate)
Format Print : 48 x 64/61 x 71 cm. Overall Size.
As a young boy, the sight of an RAF squadron flying over Nicholas Watts' house sparked a passion for capturing a moment in time. Early classroom sketches of dogfights, aerial battles, Spitfires and Hurricanes, developed into a mastery of technical art. He was soon channeling his artistic flair into his first ever car commission, a Bugatti Type 37A. Nicholas Watts has a passionate and atmospheric style in his work.
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|Member since:||December 22, 2008|
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