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  • 1949 Gran Premio d'’Italia

    Regular Price:

    $489

    Collection: 'HISTORIC FERRARI: Legends of Road and Track 1949 - 1974 (24 posters)' 
    Artist: Emilio Saluzzi 
    Unframed, 100% cotton paper. Limited edition of 280 Dimensions: 97 x 63.5 cms 

    Coming of Age: No one has stamped his name more decisively on the sporting car scene than Enzo Ferrari, former Alfa Romeo racing manager who dared to dream of building competition cars in his own right. Since Il Commendatore founded his company in 1947, few have rivalled his time-honoured racing record. The incomparable Alberto Ascari, son of famous Alfa Romeo driver Antonio Ascari, reigned supreme among Italian drivers of the third generation and was standard bearer of the nation’s racing efforts. His 1949 victory took place at the Autodromo di Monza, where the Milanese ace was to crash fatally a few years later, at the wheel of his Ferrari 750S. 

  • 1951 Targa Florio

    Regular Price:

    $489

    Collection: 'HISTORIC FERRARI: Legends of Road and Track 1949 - 1974 (24 posters)' 
    Artist: Charles Avalon 
    Unframed, 100% cotton paper. Limited edition of 280 
    Dimensions: 38 x 25 inches (97 x 63.5 cms) 

    Driving Ambition: the smartest part of the road has always been reserved for the grande marca and by the early 1950s victories in classic endurance races were customary for the fast-emerging Maranello equipe. Racing informed every aspect of Enzo Ferrari’s outlook: “I have, in fact,” said the Padrone, “no interest in life outside racing.” The Scuderia Marzotto Ferrari of Giovanni Bracco and Franco Cornacchia placed second in the 1951 Targa Florio to Franco Cortese in a Frazer Nash Le Mans Replica. “In many respects” wrote noted automotive historian, Michael Sedgwick, “this was Italy’s decade.”
     

  • 1954 Carrera Panamericana

    Regular Price:

    $489

    Collection: 'HISTORIC FERRARI: Legends of Road and Track 1949 - 1974 (24 posters)' 
    Artist: Dexter Brown 
    Unframed, 100% cotton paper. Limited edition of 280 
    Dimensions: 38 x 26 inches (97 x 65.5 cms) 

    Down Mexico Way: a Tipo 375 Plus, piloted by Umberto Maglioli, won the 1954 Carrera Panamericana, a road race marking the construction of the Mexican stage of the Pan American Highway, and run over the mountains and plains of south-eastern Mexico where race authorities ruthlessly reigned in unruly spectators. The sheer brute power of Maglioli’s 4.9 litre 375 Plus assured Ferrari victory in the Sports Car Championship that year. Such was the performance of his car, the light aircraft carrying the Press corps covering the Carrera was unable to keep up with Maglioli, who often attained speeds of 180 mph and more.
     

  • 1954 Le Mans 24 Hours

    Regular Price:

    $489

    Collection: 'HISTORIC FERRARI: Legends of Road and Track 1949 - 1974 (24 posters)' 
    Artist: Charles Avalon
    Unframed, 100% cotton paper. Limited edition of 280 
    Dimensions: 38 x 25 inches (97 x 63.5 cms) 

    Winning Streak: Froilan Gonzales shared the laurels in Scuderia Ferrari’s 375 Plus with diminutive Maurice Trintignant, most skilled of second-generation French pilotes. Gonzales, second only to his Argentine compatriot Juan Manuel Fangio, was known as ‘Pepe’, or (reflecting his burly stature) the gently comical ‘Pampas Bull’. Maranello’s formative decade was marked by an impressively successful competition record, including Gonzales’ win in the 1951 British Grand Prix and a series of victories in classic endurance races. Ferrari scooped the Sports Car Championship in the 1954 season.
     

  • 1956 Mille Miglia

    Regular Price:

    $489

    Collection: 'HISTORIC FERRARI: Legends of Road and Track 1949 - 1974 (24 posters)' 
    Artist: Charles Avalon 
    Unframed, 100% cotton paper. Limited edition of 280 
    Dimensions: 38 x 25 inches (97 x 63.5 cms)

    Brescia and Back: Eugenio Castellotti in a 3.5-litre 290 MM effortlessly took the honors in the penultimate year of the classic road race. Castellotti’s blisteringly fast drive, single-handed, in torrential rain, was widely admired. The Milanese was followed home by two 850 Monza Ferraris, driven by Collins and Musso. Tall, hot-blooded, and scion of a prosperous northern Italian land-owning family, Castellotti was known as Il Bello (The Beautiful One), hitting the headlines over his romance with stage beauty Delia Scala. A year after his victory, Castellotti, testing a Lancia-Ferrari, crashed at the Esses at Modena with fatal results.
     

  • 1958 Monaco Grand Prix

    Regular Price:

    $489

    Collection: 'HISTORIC FERRARI: Legends of Road and Track 1949 - 1974 (24 posters)' 
    Artist: Charles Avalon 
    Unframed, 100% cotton paper. Limited edition of 280 
    Dimensions: 38 x 26 inches (97 x 65.5 cms) 

    Racing the Red: the 100-lap Monaco Grand Prix was won, to the delight of the Monegasque crowd, by popular French pilote Maurice Trintignant in a Cooper-Climax, flagged home ahead of the Ferraris of Luigi Musso and Peter Collins in second and third place respectively. A parade of drivers of race-winning calibre, including Olivier Gendebien, Alfonso ‘Fon’ de Portago, Graf Wolfgang von Trips, in company with Trintignant, Musso and Collins, were signed to Enzo Ferrari. Nothing brings in the big captive crowds to the Principality so consistently as the annual grand epreuve, held on the streets of Monaco since 1929.
     

  • 1959 Ferrari 250 GT California Spider – Côte d’Azur

    Regular Price:

    $489

    Collection: ART DECO AUTOUR DU MONDE 

    Artist: Charles Avalon 

    Unframed, 100% cotton paper. 

     Limited edition of 280 

    Dimensions: 97 x 63.5 cms 

     The Line of Beauty: the fabled Côte d’Azur, the Mediterranean coast of the South of France, provides the perfect backdrop for the covetable 250 GT California Spider. Long favoured by the aristocracy, the Riviera is one of the original ‘Playgrounds of Europe’, irrevocably associated with Le Jet Set. Brigitte Bardot, coquettish French film star and California Spider owner, moved to the modern Riviera resort of St. Tropez in 1958, where her villa, La Madrague, has long exercised a fascination for tourists. Ferrari’s views on women were immovable: “In the motor racing world there is enough complication as it is without bringing women into it to create more.”

  • 1960 Ferrari 250 GT Testa Rossa

    Regular Price:

    $489

    Collection: 'HISTORIC FERRARI: Legends of Road and Track 1949 - 1974 (24 posters)' 
    Artist: Charles Avalon 
    Unframed, 100% cotton paper. Limited edition of 280
    Dimensions: 38 x 26 inches (97 x 65.5 cms) 

    Victory Role: another page in the history of the famous marque was written with the advent of the 3-litre, V-12 250 GT Testa Rossa, developed for the 1958 season. A supremely successful track car, raced by both Scuderia Ferrari and privileged privateers, the 250 GT was a distinguished rarity, bodied by Scaglietti under designer Gian Carlo Guerra, working without drawings and moving directly to a wire framework construction. Musso, Hawthorn, Collins, Von Trips, Phil Hill, Gendebien and Seidel all campaigned the model, leading the way to the 1958 Manufacturer’s World Championship. A true connoisseur’s Ferrari.
     

  • 1960 Tour de France Automobile

    Regular Price:

    $489

    Collection: 'HISTORIC FERRARI: Legends of Road and Track 1949 - 1974 (24 posters)' 
    Artist: Dexter Brown
    Unframed, 100% cotton paper. Limited edition of 280
    Dimensions: 38 x 26 inches (97 x 65.5 cms) 

    Full Throttle: the 250 GT ‘short wheelbase’ of Willy Mairesse and Georges Berger was to be victorious in the 1960 GT category of the Tour de France Automobile. The venerable Tour, dating from 1899 in the ‘Heroic Age’ of the automobile, was first organized by the Automobile Club de France in association with Le Matin. Starting at Nice, the 1960 event featured a roundabout route: Mont Ventoux, Nürburgring, Spa, Montlhéry and Rouen before reaching the finishing line in Clermont Ferrand. Belgian pilot Mairesse, one-time Ferrari’s chief test driver, and with a reputation for overstepping the limits of racing, later turned to campaigning big sports cars with some success.
     

  • 1962 Ferrari 250 GTO Dashboard

    Regular Price:

    $489

    Collection: 'HISTORIC FERRARI: Legends of Road and Track 1949 - 1974 (24 posters)' 
    Artist: Emilio Saluzzi
    Unframed, 100% cotton paper. Limited edition of 280
    Dimensions: 38 x 26 inches (97 x 65.5 cms) 

     Instrumental: the characteristic Cavallino Rampante insignia to the fore in a stylised cockpit study. Of all the 20th century figures to whom the overused term ‘icon’ is applied, Modena-born Enzo Ferrari (1898-1988) is one of the few who truly merit the title. His Who Was Who entry reads, with commendable brevity, ‘builder of racing, sports and gran turismo cars.’ “Enthusiasm and passion,” said the constructor, “not profit or ambition, are the driving force behind racing drivers and the manufacturers of racing cars.” He once famously remarked, “I build engines and attach wheels to them.”
     

  • 1962 Monaco Grand Prix

    Regular Price:

    $489

    Collection: 'HISTORIC FERRARI: Legends of Road and Track 1949 - 1974 (24 posters)' 
    Artist: Dexter Brown 
    Unframed, 100% cotton paper. Limited edition of 280
    Dimensions: 38 x 26 inches (97 x 65.5 cms) 

    A Sunny Place: Bruce McLaren, seen here in the background in his Cooper-Climax took pride of place on the podium in the 1962 Formula 1 race, where Phil Hill’s ‘shark-nose’ Ferrari was runner up, and Lorenzo Bandini’s car placed third. Hill was sold his first Ferrari by US concessionaire Luigi Chinetti at a knockdown price. “I look” said Chinetti, “for the spark in a man who could be tomorrow’s world champion.” Hill, the first American to win the World Championship, spoke good Italian and, during the race season, lived near Ferrari’s test circuit at the Reale Hotel, Modena. Pictured in the background is the Hotel Miramar, now no more.
     

  • 1963 Ferrari 250 GT Lusso – Villa d’Este

    Regular Price:

    $489
    Collection: ART DECO À LA ROUTE Artist: Charles Avalon Unframed, 100% cotton paper. Limited edition of 280 Dimensions: 97 x 65.5 cms Model Approach: the original Coppo d’Oro Villa d’Este was staged in 1929 by the Automobile Club of Como at the wondrously grand hotel, a worthy rival to concours held in Paris, Monaco and elsewhere. The gloriously special 250 GT Lusso was one of the jewels in the carmaker’s crown. The scene-stealing prototype, designed by Pininfarina and built by Sergio Scaglietti, was the highlight of the 1962 Paris Salon. “We worked as one with Ferrari” said Scaglietti. The concorso was not held in 1963, yet is imaginatively depicted here by Charles Avalon.
  • 1963 Goodwood Tourist Trophy

    Regular Price:

    $489

    Collection: 'HISTORIC FERRARI: Legends of Road and Track 1949 - 1974 (24 posters)' 
    Artist: Dexter Brown
    Unframed, 100% cotton paper. Limited edition of 280 
    Dimensions: 38 x 26 inches (97 x 65.5 cms) 

    Life at the Limit: British Formula 1 World Champion Graham Hill in winning form in the Maranello Concessionaires Ferrari 250 GTO during Goodwood’s 1963 RAC Tourist Trophy Race alongside compatriot Mike Parkes in the white 250 GTO. “You can always reckon”, remarked Hill, “that if you’ve got a Ferrari you should be in at the finish.” In 1975, the popular English champion, returning from testing on the Paul Ricard circuit in France, lost his life attempting to land his own aircraft in poor weather conditions. Few drivers of the era gained such celebrity or were held in such high esteem as Graham Hill.
     

  • 1963 Sebring 12 Hours

    Regular Price:

    $489

    Collection: 'HISTORIC FERRARI: Legends of Road and Track 1949 - 1974 (24 posters)'
    Artist: Emilio Saluzzi
    Unframed, 100% cotton paper.
    Limited edition of 280
    Dimensions: 38 x 26 inches (97 x 65 cms) 
     
    Long Distance Call: a Le-Mans style start was used for the 12 Hours event, held at Sebring Raceway, Florida, in 1963. The contest, first staged in 1952 and run over unused runways at Sebring Regional Airport, was marked by long straights, plenty of turns, high-speed corners and rough road surfaces.  Works driver John Surtees, partnered by Ludovico Scarfiotti, an amateur driver of considerable attainment and grandson of Fiat's first president, was in winning form in a 250P entered by SEFAC Ferrari. The all-conquering Maranello cars took second and third, piloted by Mairesse, Vaccarella and Bandini, and Hill and Rodriguez, respectively.
     

  • 1964 Targa Florio

    Regular Price:

    $489

    Collection: 'HISTORIC FERRARI: Legends of Road and Track 1949 - 1974 (24 posters)' 
    Artist: Emilio Saluzzi
    Unframed, 100% cotton paper. 
    Limited edition of 280 Dimensions: 38 x 26 inches (97 x 65 cms) 

    Sicilian Spectacle: the classic Targa Florio is forever associated with Sicily’s picturesquely wild mountainous landscape. A unique setting for a series of races inaugurated in 1905 by Count Vincenzo Florio (of Marsala wine fame), and staged over a variety of circuits, leading to the myth that the direction of the contest was determined by the prevailing frame of mind of the Mafia. Porsche took the laurels in the 1964 race, but the legendary 250 GTO pictured was justly celebrated as a true supercar combining, to quote Forbes, “…beauty, speed and rarity like no other Ferrari.”
     

  • 1965 Le Mans 24 Hours

    Regular Price:

    $489

    Collection: 'HISTORIC FERRARI: Legends of Road and Track 1949 - 1974 (24 posters)' 
    Artist: Emilio Saluzzi Item 
    Unframed, 100% cotton paper. 
    Limited edition of 280 
    Dimensions: 38 x 26 inches (97 x 65.5 cms) 

    Marque Time: triple Le Mans winner, Luigi Chinetti entered a 365P, with a 250 LM nominated as a back-up car, for NART, the North American Racing Team. Drama attended the endurance race when a bespectacled Masten Gregory, partnered by Jochen Rindt, and driving flat out, scored a surprise win in American entry number 21, the 250 LM. NART’s first Le Mans victory was arguably the team’s most notable success. Ferrari’s British concessionaire Colonel Ronnie Hoare, recalling Enzo Ferrari, said “He will never be forgotten for his contribution to the car in general and the racing car in particular.”
     

  • 1966 Ferrari 500 Superfast

    Regular Price:

    $489
    Collection: ART DECO À LA ROUTE Artist: Emilio Saluzzi Unframed, 100% cotton paper. Limited edition of 280 Dimensions: 97 x 63.5 cms Model Behaviour: the select and seductive 500 Superfast, heir to a fine tradition of sporting thoroughbreds from Maranello, was launched at the 1964 Geneva Show. The sales brochure advertised ‘a Ferrari for Sovereigns, performers and great industrialists.’ “All sorts of people buy Ferraris, in fact,” wrote Enzo Ferrari in his intriguingly-titled memoirs My Terrible Joys, “although most of them fall into one of three main categories: the sportsmen, the fifty-year olds and the exhibitionists.” To quote a recurring journalistic theme, “Until you have driven a Ferrari, your driving experience is incomplete.”
  • 1966 Monza 1000 kms

    Regular Price:

    $489

    Collection: 'HISTORIC FERRARI: Legends of Road and Track 1949 - 1974 (24 posters)' 
    Artist: Dexter Brown
    Unframed, 100% cotton paper. 
    Limited edition of 280 
    Dimensions: 38 x 26 inches (97 x 65.5 cms) 

    Artist’s Impression: 330 P3s, entered by Spa Ferrari SEFAC, heading for victory during the long distance race at the Autodromo Nazionale di Monza, the epicenter of Italian motor racing, built in 1922 near Milan, and allegedly completed in 110 days. A notably fast banked circuit, redesigned in the 1950s, and distinguishable by the parabolic Curve Sud. Grand Prix practice days at Monza were traditionally enlivened by the appearance of Enzo Ferrari in the pit lane. “I’ve seen motor racing history pass before me from a front row seat,” said the grand old man of Italian racing.
     

  • 1967 Daytona 24 Hours

    Regular Price:

    $489

    Collection: 'HISTORIC FERRARI: Legends of Road and Track 1949 - 1974 (24 posters)' 
    Artist: Dexter Brown Item 
    Unframed, 100% cotton paper. 
    Limited edition of 280 
    Dimensions: 38 x 26 inches (97 x 65.5 cms) 

    Close Formation: Daytona International Speedway, at Daytona Beach, was the prime venue for long-distance road-racing Florida-style. Two works-entered 330 P4s, driven by Amon-Bandini and Parkes-Scarfiotti crossed the line in company with the Rodriguez-Guichet 330 P3/4 to finish in a thrilling 1-2-3 formation. Chief architect of Ferrari’s success was the supremely capable team manager Franco Lini. The 1-2-3 photo finish inspired the press to adopt the name of the famous Florida track for Ferrari’s newly-announced Berlinetta, the 365 GTB/4… known ever since as the Daytona.
     

  • 1967 Ferrari 275 GTB/4

    Regular Price:

    $489

    Collection: 'HISTORIC FERRARI: Legends of Road and Track 1949 - 1974 (24 posters)' 
    Artist: Emilio Saluzzi
    Unframed, 100% cotton paper. 
    Limited edition of 280 
    Dimensions: 38 x 26 inches (97 x 63.5 cms) 

    The Judgment of Paris: the ultimate dream represented by the 275 GTB/4, acclaimed on its launch at the 1966 Paris Salon, and one of the last bespoke road and race berlinettas in the great Ferrari tradition. The superlative 3.3-litre, V-12, of enterprisingly advanced design, was fashioned by Pininfarina and bodied by Sergio Scaglietti. “Pinin has led the renaissance in Italian automobile styling”, said Enzo Ferrari. For many Ferraristi, the distinctively elegant coupe was the finest production Ferrari of them all. “Ferrari”, remarked Scaglietti, “wanted a new car every day.” 

  • 1970 Nürburgring 1000 kms

    Regular Price:

    $489

    Collection: 'HISTORIC FERRARI: Legends of Road and Track 1949 - 1974 (24 posters)' 
    Artist: Emilio Saluzzi
    Unframed, 100% cotton paper.
    Limited edition of 280 
    Dimensions: 38 x 26 inches (97 x 64 cms) 

    Ring Cycle: the ADAC 1000KM-rennen Nürburgring was held in May 1970, on the traditional Northern Loop (Nordschleife) of the Nürburgring, forever associated with the Grosser Preis von Deutschland. Although it turned out to be Porsche’s day when a Typ 908/03 took a first before the home crowd, the Englishman Mike Parkes, in a Ferrari 512S, produced in just three months by a team headed by Mauro Forghieri, finished fourth. Parkes was an ex-Ferrari development engineer and reserve driver, and by any objective standards of the day an experienced endurance race specialist. 

  • 1972 Le Mans 24 Hours

    Regular Price:

    $489

    Collection: 'HISTORIC FERRARI: Legends of Road and Track 1949 - 1974 (24 posters)' 
    Artist: Dexter Brown
    Unframed, 100% cotton paper. 
    Limited edition of 280 
    Dimensions: 38 x 26 inches (97 x 65.5 cms) 

    Racing Improves the Breed: Matra-Simca took the checkered flag at the 40th Les Vingt-Quatre Heures du Mans, Phil Hill, partnered by Pescarolo, taking second for Ferrari. Racing improves the breed, as the saying has it, and in a hugely challenging and competitive arena, Ferrari’s thoroughbreds command an unparalleled reputation. The success of the legendary production models, as instantly recognizable as the cultural heritage of their country of origin, is indissolubly linked to the outstanding competition achievements of the Scuderia in classic long-distance events such as the historic Le Mans series.
     

  • 1974 Ferrari 365 GTS/4 – Route du Soleil

    Regular Price:

    $489
    Collection: ART DECO AUTOUR DU MONDE Artist: Charles Avalon Unframed, 100% cotton paper. Limited edition of 280 Dimensions: 97 x 63.5 cms Every Picture Tells a Story: a study of a 365 GTS/4 Daytona Spider suggestive of the infinite possibilities of life on the open road, hurtling southward at high speed on the old route nationale N7 bound for the Côte d’Azur. Poster art as a popular form of display owes its origins to Belle Epoque Paris and lithographed posters, brightly coloured with lettering integrated into the composition, became a regular feature of cityscapes, making every street an ever-changing show. By the 1920s, a new generation of Gallic graphic artists had created a modernist style of advertising, using bold colours and hand-drawn lettering, leading to the evolution of a distinctive illustrative tradition in automotive poster art.
  • 2D Track Sculptures

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    $99

    From world famous circuits to local favorites, each 2D track is crafted from Baltic Birch and finished in black laminate. A striking yet minimalist alternative to posters, pictures and models perfect for home, office and garage. 

    Full Size tracks are three feet in length on the long edge, 1.5" deep and 0.875" wide. Half Size are one foot six inches on the long edge, 0.75" deep and 0.4375" wide.

    Standard USPS Priority Mail shipping is included in price and will be refunded after checkout. Expedited shipping at regular rates.

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