Sir Stirling Moss and Jaguar Tribute Print
From an original painting by Peter Hearsey - The 1950 Tourist Trophy
Sir Stirling Moss had his first drive in a Jaguar on September 16th, 1950 on the rain-lashed roads of the Dundrod race circuit in Northern Ireland. Denied a factory drive because of his youth, the 20 year old Moss drove Tommy Wisdom’s personal XK120 road car and won his first major international sports car race, the RAC Tourist Trophy. It was the day before Stirling’s 21st birthday and the win led to a contract with the factory Jaguar team. A year later, he repeated the TT win for Jaguar in a C-Type sports-racer.
This tribute edition is limited to 100 prints, each numbered by the publishers and embossed with the company seal of authentication. Each 594 x 420mm print is hand-made to individual order on 210gsm Albrecht Durer art paper by the Giclee process that allows the best possible colour replication of the original painting.
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