1969 Japan Grand Prix was the zenith of early sportscar racing in Japan, with Nissan and Toyota involved in heavy competition. At the annual event on the Fuji racetrack Nissan was able to prevail, due to its mighty Nissan R382, with it’s 6 liter engine. Motoharu Kurosawa was the eventual winner of the 720 kilometre long race in the nr.21 yellow painted car.
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I am proud to present new a special offer, for all of my special Limited edition prints in size A2 (24 x 17 inches). Prints are available in limited editions of 99 copies, printed on quality heavy weight paper (250 gsm) with white lining suitable for framing. Each copy will be personally signed and numbered by the artist. Limited edition prints are available for 19 of the most popular drawings.
Prints are now available for only 59 euro a piece + shipment (7 euro worldwide). (Shipment costs are the same no matter how many prints you order). When making an order please let me know which additional print you would like to receive!
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He’s been drawing cars for as long as he can remember, while the other children draw boxes with two circles underneath, he was allready doing a wedge shaped cars that looked very aerodynamic;). In his teenage years other things were more important than his drawing;), but after beginning to play race car simulation game Grand Prix Legends in 1999 his love for the vintage f1 cars emerged.
Later on his main interest became the 60’s and 70’s sport-cars everything from Can-am to Lemans and other forms of endurance racing, while still retaining his love for F1 cars. He is self-thought and he mostly works with color pencils, but also uses markers, pastels and ink, his style varies from realism to semi abstract drawings. He is available for commission work and has an open mind to whatever automotive subject one would request. You can contact him on: email@example.com
The start of the Monaco 1981 grand prix race was delayed after a fire in the Loews Hotel kitchens, which necessitated the fire service pumping large quantities of water to put the fires out. Water then seeped through the floors of the hotel and into the tunnel, delaying the race for an hour. Nelson Piquet led for much of the race, but crashed out late on. New race leader Alan Jones then suffered a fuel feed problem in the latter stages of the race, allowing Gilles Villeneuve in his Ferrari, to take his first victory since 1979 as well as becoming the first, and to this day, the only Canadian to win in Monaco as well as the only driver from the whole of North America to win in Monaco.
This is a scene from the 1970 Spa Francorchamps 1000 kilometres race, which counted for the World sports cars championship. Team mates at Wyer Porsche, with their Gulf liveried Porsche 917’s, Jo Siffert and Pedro Rodriguez were banging wheels going into Eau Rouge, with Siffert coming out best and eventually won the race.
Markers and graphite on 48 x 42 cm paper, took more then 100 hours to complete.
Famous Chaparral 2J with it’s sucker fans was easily the fastest car around the Laguna Seca in practice, unfortunately the reliability wasn’t there and the blown engine meant they couldn’t start in the race.
Vic Elford and Gerrard Larrousse were behind the Wheel of the mighty Martini Porsche 917LH, in the 1971 edition of 24 hours of Lemans race. Car unfortunately expired right around the sunset time, when they were running in strong second position…
Markers, crayons and acrylics on A2 size paper
Original drawing is sold
Prints in size A3 are available for 35 euro a piece
Toyota fought valiantly during the LeMans 24 hour race in 1999 and came close to winning the race. During the final hour of the race, the lone GT-One nr.3 was chasing the remaining BMW for the lead, but while lapping traffic, it suffered a tire failure, and was forced to slowly make its way around the track to return to the pits for a new set. In the process the GT-One lost the chance to challenge for the lead, and thus lost the race. The lone GT-One would come home 2nd overall, one lap behind the winning BMW.
I am available for commission work and will gladly take one various avtomotive subjects. Bellow are some examples of work i did for my customers over the years. To discuss pricing and sizes please contact me on this email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Super fast and super slick, the Porsche 917LH was the fastest car around in the 1970 Lemans 24 hours race. Unfortunately it’s speed was not matched with it’s realiblity and the car expired in the 18 hour of the race.
1997 Monaco grand prix was probably the best race of Michael Schumacher’s carrier. He started the race from the second place on the grid and was leading by 22 seconds on lap 5. Behind him the Jordans, which both had the car set for rain, took second and third spots, the then dominant Williams cars were gambling on drying conditions, which proved to be a catastrophic move and were behind before they were eventually forced to retire. Schumi won the race with a comfortable 53 second advantage.
Ferrari 612p was Enzo’s weapon for the can-am championship, the car was first introduced in 1968, but it was unsuccessful, the next year car started to show better form and finished on the podium in a couple of races, but then Ferrari decided to stop with the funding and before the end of the season the program was abandoned.
Markers and crayons on paper, A4 size.
Prints in size A3 are available for 30 euro a piece