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Alberto Ascari by Ray Goldsbrough

Alberto Ascari by Ray Goldsbrough


This giclee limited edition print shows Alberto Ascari driving a Ferrari 375

Image Size: 30 cm x 40 cm


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Battered but Defiant by Nicholas Watts

Battered but Defiant by Nicholas Watts

The victorious Mercedes 300 SLR of Collins and Moss. Targa Florio 1955

Limited Edition Giclee from an original painting by Nicholas Watts

Signed by Stirling Moss

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BRM - The Final Grand Prix Victory by Nicholas Watts

BRM - The Final Grand Prix Victory by Nicholas Watts
BRM 160

Jean Pierre Beltoise dominated a saturated Monaco Grand Prix of 1972. Driving a BRM P160, he outdrove the entire field leading the race from start to finish. The image depicts the winning car plunging downhill from Casino Square to Mirabeau

Signatories: Jean-Pierre Beltoise, Tony Southgate, Louis Stanley, Tim Parnel, Jackie Ickx



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Chris Amon MBE by Colin Carter

Chris Amon MBE by Colin Carter

1967 Monaco Grand Prix

Chris Amon's first F1 race with Ferrari was at the 1967 Monaco GP



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Dan Gurney by Craig Warwick

Dan Gurney by  Craig Warwick
Dan Gurney scoring the first Grande Epreuve win for Brabham in the 1964 French Grand Prix at Rouen.

Signatories: Dan Gurney



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Destiny by Colin Carter

Destiny by Colin Carter
The Indianapolis Signature Series

Mario Andretti was always destined to win America's greatest race, and it came on his fifth attempt, racing his back-up Hawk-Ford after wrecking his Lotus-Ford

Signed by Mario Andretti

All litho prints bear Mario's 'Driver of the Century' logo and are licensed by the 'Andretti Signature Line



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Dino 156 by Dexter Brown

Dino 156 by Dexter Brown

Wolfgang von Trips driving the famous 'Sharknose' Ferrari at the 1961 Dutch Grand Prix.



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Double Victory At Monaco by Juan Carlos Ferrigno

Double Victory At Monaco by Juan Carlos Ferrigno
Graham Hill starting from the 2nd row, takes the lead on lap 53 with the fastest lap, to give the BRM team a 1-2 victory for the second successive year, in the Monaco Grand Prix on 10th May 1964 driving a BRM 261.
Signatories: Bette Hill



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Early Days By Colin Carter

Early Days By Colin Carter
Tazio Nuvolari, Alfa Romeo Tipo B, 1935 German Grand Prix

The 1935 German Grand Prix. Was, on paper, to be another success for the German Auto Unions and Mercedes teams, the Auto Unions having 100hp more than the Alpha Romeo (which was already a three year old design).

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Early Start by Alan Fearnley

Early Start by  Alan Fearnley

Featuring the Lancia-Ferrari D50A of Collins & Musso assembled for practice in the early morning sunshine of the 1956 Monaco Grand Prix



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Enzo Ferrari by Alan Fearnley

Enzo Ferrari  by  Alan Fearnley


Portrait of Enzo Ferrari

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Fangio by Alan Fearnley

Fangio by Alan Fearnley
Mercedes F1
Juan Manuel Fangio on his way to victory in the 1955 Argentine Grand Prix, followed by Ascari, Gonzales and Moss.

Signed by Juan Manuel Fangio.
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Fangio by Colin Carter

Fangio by Colin Carter
Juan Manuel Fangio , Maserati 250F, 1957 German Grand Prix, Nurburgring.
No driver has dominated Formula One as completely as Juan Manuel Fangio. During the seven full seasons he raced he won five World Championships and finished second in his other two seasons.



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Fangio & Alfa Romeo by Juan Carlos Ferrigno

Fangio & Alfa Romeo by Juan Carlos Ferrigno

Winner of Grand Prix Sportique's First Annual International Motor and Motor Racing Art Competition, sponsored by Autoglass. Image of Juan Manuel Fangio in his Alfa Romeo



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Fangio 1956 World Champion by Alan Fearnley

Fangio 1956 World Champion by  Alan Fearnley

Juan Manuel Fangio with his Lancia / Ferrari D50 prior to winning the 1956 British Grand Prix at Silverstone



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Ferrari Team Mates by Alan Fearnley

Ferrari Team Mates by  Alan Fearnley
Wolfgang Von Trips and Phil Hill in the pits with Ferrari 'Shark Nose' No. 40 prior ro the start of the 1961 Monaco Grand Prix



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Ferrari - The First Grand Prix Victory by Nicholas Watts

Ferrari - The First Grand Prix Victory by Nicholas Watts
Ferrari 375/F1

It was at the British Grand Prix at Silverstone in 1951 that Ferrari achieved its first Grand Prix victory. The image depicts the tremendous battle between the eventual winner Jose Gonzalez, driving the Ferrari 375/F1 and Juan Fangio in the Alfa Romeo. Gigi Villoresi (shown following), also in a Ferrari, was to finish third.

Signatories: Jose Gonzalez, Gigi Villoresi



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Fire & Ice by Alan Fearnley

Fire & Ice by Alan Fearnley

Alfa Romeo, Bugatti
Nuvolari and Varzi fighting it out in one of the most exciting races in history, the 1933 Monaco Grand Prix.



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French Grand Prix 1908 by Dexter Brown

 French Grand Prix 1908 by Dexter Brown


French Grand Prix 1908 by Dexter Brown



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Gentleman Jim by Colin Carter

Gentleman Jim by Colin Carter
Jim Clark
Jim Clark was clearly the greatest racing driver of his time, and the combination of Clark and Colin Chapman produced two driver’s world championships and constructor’s championships for Lotus in 1963 and 1965. The 1967 Lotus 49 first used the Cosworth DFV engine, and his victory during the ’67 season was his last home victory prior to his unfortunate accident at Hockenheim in 1968.

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Stirling Moss - Goodwood - 1961 Tourist Trophy by Nicholas Watts

Stirling Moss - Goodwood - 1961 Tourist Trophy by Nicholas Watts

This giclee depicts Jim Clark's Aston Martin DB4GT Zagato leading the Ferrari 250 SWB's of the eventual winner Stirling Moss and Mike Parkes.


Limited Edition Giclee from an original painting by Nicholas Watts

Signed by Stirling Moss

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Grande Epreuve by Alan Fearnley

Grande Epreuve by  Alan Fearnley
Maserati F1 4CLT
To commemorate the victory of Baron de Graffenried in the 1949 British Grand Prix at Silverstone.

Signatories: Baron Toulo de Graffenried





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Hawthorns Victory by Simon Owen

Hawthorns Victory by Simon Owen

Mike Hawthorn just gets the edge over Fangio after a sensational race-long battle at the French Grand Prix 1953



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Jackie Stewart by Ray Goldsbrough

Jackie Stewart by Ray Goldsbrough



Three times World Champion Jackie Stewart racing his iconic Tyrrell at the 1973 British Grand Prix

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Jim Clark by Ray Goldsbrough

Jim Clark by Ray Goldsbrough


This giclee limited edition print shows Jim Clark in action at the 1967 British Grand Prix.


Image Size: 30 cm x 40 cm




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Jim in the U.S.A. by Colin Carter

Jim in the U.S.A. by Colin Carter
Jim Clark, 1965, Indy 500 winner
With a front row of A.J.Foyt, Jim Clark and Dan Gurney, the 1965 Indy 500 was bound to be a special event. For the first 116 laps Clark and Foyt battled consistently for the lead, leaving the rest of the field behind them, but eventually Jim Clark left all in his wake as he gained victory two laps ahead of his nearest rival.



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Jochen Rindt by Colin Carter

Jochen Rindt by Colin Carter
After two seasons with the Cooper team and one season with Brabham, Jochen Rindt joined Lotus in 1969, alongside world champion Graham Hill. In 1970 he won the Monaco G.P. in the Lotus 49 but, once the new Lotus 72 was ready, Rindt had four consecutive victories at the Dutch, French, British and German Grand Prix.




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Juan Manuel Fangio by Ray Goldbrough

Juan Manuel Fangio by Ray Goldbrough



Five times champion Juan Manuel Fangio racing his Maserati at the 1957 Monaco Grand Prix


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King Of Tripoli by Alan Fearnley

King Of Tripoli by Alan Fearnley

To commemorate the 1st and 2nd position of Hermann Lang & Rudolf Caraciola in the 1939 Tripoli Grand Prix both driving a Mercedes W165.



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Last of the Titans by Alan Fearnley

Last of the Titans by Alan Fearnley
Mercedes Benz
The 1937 Monaco Grand Prix saw Von Brauchitsch defy orders from team manager Neubauer, racing and eventually beating his team-mate Rudolf Caracciola in a closely fought race over 100 laps of the circuit. Mercedes finished the race 1-2-3.



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Legends of the Mille Miglia by Colin Carter

Legends of the Mille Miglia by Colin Carter
Stirling Moss
History was made on May 1st, 1955 when Stirling Moss won the 1,000 mile Mille Miglia (from Brescia to Rome and back), becoming the first and only British driver to acheive victory at one of the worlds most challenging races.



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Le Mans 1953 by Nicholas Watts

Le Mans 1953 by Nicholas Watts

A memorable image from a memorable race featuring the second placed Jaguar 'C' Type with Stirling Moss driving as they exit the Esses and line up for Tertre Rouge. Following is the Levegh/Pozzi Talbot Lago as they pass the Alfa Romeo 3000CM of Sanes/Carini

Limited Edition Giclee from an original painting by Nicholas Watts

Signed by Stirling Moss

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Mario Andretti - World Champion by Nicholas Watts

Mario Andretti - World Champion by Nicholas Watts
Lotus 79



The Lotus 79 of Mario Andretti leads the field to record a memorable victory in the French Grand Prix of 1978 held at Paul Ricard. With a further five victories he become the undisputed World Champion.

Signatories: Mario Andretti





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Stirling Moss - Master of the Nurburgring by Nicholas Watts

Stirling Moss - Master of the Nurburgring by Nicholas Watts

Stirling Moss - Nurburgring

Limited Edition Giclee from an original painting by Nicholas Watts

Signed by Stirling Moss

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Maserati 450S by Alan Fearnley

Maserati 450S by  Alan Fearnley

Moss / Schell at Le Mans 1957 Part of the Maserati in Miniature Series



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Maserati 8CM by Alan Fearnley

Maserati 8CM by  Alan Fearnley


1933-1934 - Nuvolari in the Narne Grand Prix Part of the Maserati in Miniature Series



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Maserati A6GCS by Alan Fearnley

Maserati A6GCS by  Alan Fearnley

1952-1955 - Musso in the 1954 Mille Miglia Part of the Maserati in Miniature Series



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Maserati 250F by Alan Fearnley

Maserati 250F by  Alan Fearnley


1954-1958 - One of the greatest of all Formula 1 cars Part of the Maserati in Miniature Series



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Maserati 250F by Dexter Brown

Maserati 250F by Dexter Brown

Juan Manuel Fangio driving the Maserati 250F at the Nurburgring in 1957



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Maserati Victory by Juan Carlos Ferrigno

Maserati Victory by Juan Carlos Ferrigno
Sir Stirling Moss starting from 6th position on the grid driving a Maserati 250F to victory and obtaining fastest lap in the Italian Grand Prix at Monza on 2nd September 1956.

Signatories: Sir Stirling Moss



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Mister Monaco by Colin Carter

Mister Monaco by Colin Carter
Graham Hill won two World Championships during his distinguished career. In 1962, driving for BRM, he beat Lotus’s Jim Clark to the world title in the last race of the season and, in the 1968, in spite of the death of his then teammate, Jim Clark, he brought the World Championship to the Lotus team.



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Monaco Challenge by Tony Smith (SM)

Monaco Challenge by Tony Smith (SM)
Maserati 250F, Ferrari/Lancia D50, Gordini, Vanwall
Stirling Moss in the Maserati 250F lead the 1956 Monaco Grand Prix from start to finish. But Moss drove faultlessly to win 6 seconds from Fangio's Ferrari. Behra's Maserati was 3rd. Other drivers prominent in the picture are Schell - Vanwall No.16. Musso No.24. Collins - Ferarri No.26. Perdisa - Maserati No. 32.

Signed by Stirling Moss

A very rare print



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Monaco Grand Prix 1933 by Barry Rowe

Monaco Grand Prix 1933 by  Barry Rowe
Nuvolari's Alfa leads Varzi's Bugatti, the eventual winner, setting a new record of 1 min 59 seconds, the first man to lap the circuit in under two minutes

Featured Make: Alfa Romeo Bugatti: Featured Drivers: Tazio Varzi Nuvolari




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Monaco Maestro by Alan Fearnley

Monaco Maestro by  Alan Fearnley
BRM F1
Graham Hill's third Monaco Grand Prix Victory at Monaco on 30th May 1965 driving a BRM.

Signatories: His Serene Highness Prince Rainier III of Monaco



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Monaco Pit Series - Cooper Team by Craig Warwick

Monaco Pit Series - Cooper Team  by  Craig Warwick
A scene from the Cooper pit at the 1959 Monaco Grand Prix Part of the Monaco Pit Series

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Monaco Pit Series - Ferrari Team by Craig Warwick

Monaco Pit Series - Ferrari Team  by  Craig Warwick
A scene from the Ferrari pit at the 1959 Monaco Grand Prix Part of Monaco Pit Series

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Monaco Pit Series - Gold Leaf Team Lotus by Craig Warwick

Monaco Pit Series - Gold Leaf Team Lotus by  Craig Warwick
A scene from the Gold Leaf Lotus pit at the 1968 Monaco Grand Prix

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Monaco Pit Series - Maserati Team by Craig Warwick

Monaco Pit Series - Maserati Team  by  Craig Warwick
A scene from the Maserati pit at the 1956 Monaco Grand Prix Part of Monaco Pit Series

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Monaco Pit Series - The set of Four

Monaco Pit Series  - The set of Four
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Moss Maserati by Nicholas Watts

Moss Maserati by Nicholas Watts

Stirling Moss at the 1956 Monaco Grand Prix

Limited Edition Giclee from an original painting by Nicholas Watts

Signed by Stirling Moss

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Moss the Master by Nicholas Watts

Moss the Master by Nicholas Watts

The first Grand Prix victory for Stirling Moss in the 1955 Grand Prix held at Aintree. The image depicts his winning Mercedes W196 leading team mate Fangio.

Limited Edition Giclee from an original painting by Nicholas Watts

Signed by Stirling Moss

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Quicksilver by Nicholas Watts

Quicksilver by Nicholas Watts


Limited Edition Giclee from an original painting by Nicholas Watts

Signed by Stirling Moss

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Revolution by Colin Carter

Revolution by Colin Carter
The Indianapolis Signature Series

Dan Gurney's European racing experience was instrumental in the creation of this new Anglo-American challenger. Built by Lotus in the UK, having modified their model 25 Formula 1 design, it was revolutionary in every way compared to the traditional 'roadster', with the driver's head barely visable, mere inches ahead of its shrieking V8 Ford built engine.

Signed by Dan Gurney



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Phil Hill - Shark Nose Ferrari
In 1958 Phil Hill was brought into the Ferrari Grand Prix team, but it was not until the 1961 season, armed with Ferrari’s first rear-engined car, that his obvious talent was unleashed. In the potent Shark Nose Ferrari, Hill’s season became a straightforward battle with team mate Count Wolfgange Von Trips, with Von Trips just ahead on points at the penultimate grand prix at Monza.



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Shark Nose at Spa by Juan Carlos Ferrigno

Shark Nose at Spa by Juan Carlos Ferrigno

Wolfgang von Trips driving a Ferrari 156 SN to second place in the Belgian Grand Prix at Spa-Francorchamp on 18th June 1961



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Sir Jackie by Colin Carter

Sir Jackie by Colin Carter
Jackie Stewart 1973 Monaco Grand Prix

Jackie Stewart won his third World Championship with five victories during the 1973 season, making him the most succesful driver there had ever been at that time, with a total of 27 Grand Prix victories.



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Stirling Moss OBE by Dexter Brown

Stirling Moss OBE by Dexter Brown

A montage of seven images depicting some of Stirling's greatest drives.

SIGNED BY STIRLING MOSS



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Super Tex by Colin Carter

Super Tex by Colin Carter
The Indianapolis Signature Series

A.J.Foyt was driving a Ford powered Coyote at the 1967 Indianapolis 500 and, in the latter stages of the race was following leader Parnelli Jones' STP Turbine until, with just three laps to go, Jones' transmission bearing broke and A.J. swept into the lead. As he was about to take the checkered flag a multi-car crash blocked his way.

Signed by A.J.Foyt



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The Grand Prix of Pescara by Nicholas Watts

The Grand Prix of Pescara by Nicholas Watts

The Vanwall of Stirling Moss leads the Ferrari of Musso
Stirling Moss is depicted in his Vanwall leading Musso's Ferrari on his way to what has been described as the last great road race

Limited Edition Giclee from an original painting by Nicholas Watts

Signed by Stirling Moss

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The Italian Job II by Colin Carter

The Italian Job II by Colin Carter
Ronnie Peterson
Ronnie Peterson made his debut with the March team in 1970 and, in only his second season, he gained five second places and was runner-up to 1971 world champion Jackie Stewart. It was not until 1973, when he joined Lotus, that he gained his first victory at the French Grand Prix, followed by victories at the Austrian, Italian and U.S. Grand Prix, achieving third place in the world championship.



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The Pride and The Passion by Simon Owen

The Pride and The Passion by Simon Owen


Richie Ginther stands beside the 1966 F1 Honda in preparation for the Italian Grand Prix at Monza.



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Thoroughbreds in the Paddock by Ray Goldsbrough GMA

Thoroughbreds in the Paddock by Ray Goldsbrough GMA

A quartet of Ferrari 801's are warmed up at Rouen-Les-Essarts. French Grand Prix 1957



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Through the Shadows by Nicholas Watts

Through the Shadows by Nicholas Watts


Limited Edition Giclee from an original painting by Nicholas Watts

Signed by Stirling Moss

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Tony Brooks by Juan Carlos Ferrigno

Tony Brooks by Juan Carlos Ferrigno

Tony Brooks driving his Vanwall to win the 1958 Belgian Grand Prix followed by Mike Hawthorn in his Ferrari D246 who finished second.

Signatories: Tony Brooks



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Winning Combination by Alan Fearnley

Winning Combination by  Alan Fearnley
To commemorate the magnificent victory for Jim Clark in the 1967 Dutch Grand Prix at Zandvoort driving a Lotus 49 Cosworth-Ford V8 on the 4th June. This was the Cosworth-Ford V8 DFV engine winning first time out.
Signatories: Keith Duckworth



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Victory For Moss In Monaco by  Juan Carlos Ferrigno
Stirling Moss, who started the race from the first row driving a Maserati 250F to the winners rostrum in the 1956 Monaco Grand Prix on 13th May

Signatories: Sir Stirling Moss OBE



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