Sir Stirling Moss and Jaguar Tribute Print - The 1953 Silverstone Saloon Car Race
May 9th, 1953 at Silverstone and, for the second year in succession, Stirling Moss is on his way to winning the International Production Touring Car Race in the mighty Jaguar Mk 7 luxury saloon. He drove the same car (LWK343) each time and even once again in 1954. His chance of a hat trick of wins that year disappeared when the starter motor jammed at the Le Mans-type start and he had to leap out and rock the car in gear to free it. Once on the move, he set fastest lap and finished in third place!
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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