1966 Monza 1000 kms
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Each poster is limited to an edition of 280 and printed on 100% cotton fine art paper.
Framed posters are available for collection only. Frame orders placed by Friday morning will be ready for the following Thursday
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 epicentre 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.