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Nigel Mansell signed 1:2 scale Ferrari helmet
Enzo Ferrari’s last pick for an F1 driver was Nigel Mansell, who quickly earned the nickname Il Leone by the tifosi. He wore the helmet above in his two seasons at the Scuderia – 1989-90.
Jody Scheckter 1:12 scale Tyrrell P34
When it was first revealed, the Tyrrell P34 shocked the world for having six wheels. It helped give Jody Scheckter a win at the 1976 Swedish Grand Prix – the car’s finest moment.
Racing green notebook
Embossed with the Motor Sport logo on its cover, this A5 notebook belongs on your desk – and with its rear envelope pocket you will never lose receipts and notes again.
Nigel Mansell signed Red 5 lithograph
Fresh to the shop this month is this limited edition Red 5 lithograph, 60x40cm, which celebrates the 30th anniversary of Nigel Mansell’s F1 title. It’s signed with certificate of authenticity.
Etched fuel-gauge tumbler
Customisable and a good choice for milestone dates – like 40th birthdays, below – this diamond-engraved glass, which comes in a satin-lined box, can carry 260ml of ‘emergency fuel’.
Motor Sport subscriptions and gifts
Jackie Stewart Special Edition
We celebrate the life of a true hero, whose career has straddled Formula 1, Le Mans, Can-Am and Indy 500. We also examine Stewart’s push for increased safety and his Race Against Dementia charity.
Driven: an Elegy to Cars, Roads and Motorsport
John Aston’s autobiography is an informative and opinionated reflection on motor sport, which includes a first-hand account of the author’s year in British racing.
F1 Retro: 1980
The second instalment in Mark Hughes’s F1 Retro series puts the 1980 season under the microscope and provides a multifaceted account of its highs and lows.
Ayrton Senna 1991 Brazilian Grand Prix full-size helmet
When he won his home race in ’91, Senna was so done-in that he had to be helped to the podium. This replica helmet encapsulates his third, title-winning season.
Portier Reclaimed F1 Tyre Bracelet
Own a piece of racing history with this bracelet made from upcycled F1 tyres. Designed in Monaco and made in Italy.
Lotus 49 racing car cufflinks
Jim Clark drove the Type 49 in 1967 and won the car’s debut race. These cufflinks are inspired by the Lotus that went on to dominate the next three years of F1.
No82 Lotus Green glasses case
Keep your sunglasses and reading glasses scratch-free with this fabric-lined leather case inspired by Jim Clark’s Indy 500-winning Lotus 38 racing car in 1965.
Personalised Formula 1 history book
Re-live the biggest moments in Formula 1 as told through newspapers, such as the triumphs and tragedies of Senna, Clark and Hawthorn, and the headlines made by champions new and old.
Michael Schumacher’s 1:2 scale Belgian GP debut helmet
When the German made his F1 debut in 1991, little did anyone know that he would go on to win seven titles. This replica sports the designs of Schumacher’s main sponsors and German colours.
Staying on Track: Mansell signed Autobiography
Nigel Mansell raced against the likes of Lauda, Schumacher, Senna and Prost to secure his sole F1 title in 1992. Now take a behind-the-scenes look at his career and how he reached the top. This is a signed copy of his autobiography.
With each coaster featuring a speedometer from a different car, this is the ideal gift for any petrolhead. A black holder accompanies the coasters to protect them when not in use.
Valentino Rossi: All His Races
Mat Oxley’s chronological account of the nine-time MotoGP champion’s ups and downs is accompanied by vivid imagery as he takes the reader through The Doctor’s journey to becoming one of the all-time greatest.
Father’s Day gift staff picks
A few of the editorial team reveal the goodies that top their wants list
Nikita Achanta, writer
F1 World Champions: 1950-2019
If Sebastian Vettel can name all the world champions dating back to 1950, we can try too. Created to commemorate 70 years of F1, this poster by Automobilist is limited to 700 copies and each is numbered. Its rich colours have been printed on high-quality paper using state-of-the-art technology. Names are engraved in gold embossing and the print features a stunning rendition of today’s cars. If you or your father live and breathe top-level racing, this is one for your collection.
James Elson, digital writer
Jabrock Bullrun sunglasses
With the British motor sport season about to hit top gear, now is the perfect time to invest in the summer apparel needed, whether you’re at BTCC Knockhill or a track day at Snetterton. These Jabrock Bullrun sunglasses should do the trick for those (often brief) occasions when the Blighty sun is on full beam, adding a bit of spectator style trackside as the competition roars by. We’ve upheld British tradition by selecting the green lenses, but other shades are available.
Lee Gale, chief sub-editor
Graham Hill: Life at the Limit
My Father’s Day plea for a Suixtil T-shirt (in pale blue) here last year went completely unnoticed, so this time I’m pushing the boat out with a hardback edition of Graham Hill’s 1969 autobiography. Online there are rave reviews of this tome, that Hill is honest and outspoken and that his writing style mirrors the way he spoke. This alone is cause to find a copy but why this is so desirable is that it’s (gulp) signed by Hill, Sir Jackie, John Surtees, Peter Gethin and Denny Hulme.