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The Fine Art Print of the Flying Scot Collection, entitled “The Scot’s Italian Job”, depicts the closest 1-2-3-4 finish in Formula 1 History.
As Sir Jackie in his Matra MS80 (#20) finishes in first place, followed immediately by Jochen Rindt (#4), Jean- Pierre Beltoise (#22), and finally Bruce McLaren (#18), all crossing the finish line less than a fifth of a second apart. It was Monza in ’69, were Sir Jackie Stewart and Matra-Ford claimed both the Drivers’ and Manufacturers’ titles, with three races of the season still remaining.
Automobilist faithfully recreated this historic scene in meticulous detail to produce a unique artwork in its signature manner that blends 3D models and digital photography to achieve a computer-generated image of awe-inspiring quality. The process took the team of specialist artists, technicians and designers several months.
Ships in 5-10 business days from Europe. U.S. and international customers may incur customs/VAT fees.
Hahnemühle FineArt Baryta, 325 g/m², High Gloss Finish
Small: 50 x 24 cm, limited edition of 500
Medium: 47 x 110 cm, limited edition of 50. Comes with COA and silver plaque indicating edition number.
Large: 94 x 220 cm, limited edition of 5. Comes with COA and silver plaque indicating edition number.
Framing not included. Ships rolled in tube.