Motor Sport memorabilia and gifts: May 2022 selection

Whether hunting for gifts or buying for yourself, visit the Motor Sport shop and you’ll discover a miscellany of track-friendly ideas

Paddy Hopkirk steering wheel
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Paddy Hopkirk-signed steering wheel

When it comes to British rallying, names don’t come much bigger than Paddy Hopkirk. The Northern Irishman shot to fame when he piloted the BMC Mini ’33 EJB’ to victory on the 1964 Monte-Carlo. The result sent shock waves through the sport and earned Hopkirk telegrams from prime minister Alec Douglas-Home and The Beatles, and even led to him being booked for a slot on TV show Sunday Night at the Palladium. It also sparked his collectibles market and, thanks to our friends at The Signature Store, you can grab a piece of the action with this hand-signed full-size Mini Sport steering wheel. It may not be direct from 33 EJB, but it’s the next best thing to commemorate a rallying legend.

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Schumacher-signed box set

As you’d expect, Michael Schumacher memorabilia is much sought after. This box set comprising a copy of the Michael Schumacher photo book by Bernard Asset and a hand-signed replica Ferrari race glove from the seven-time world champion is a wonderful addition to any collection. Limited to just 10 sets, it’s supplied in a foam-lined presentation box with certificate of authenticity.

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Spanner cutlery

Bet you never saw these coming! Be the envy of all your engineering buddies by breaking out these novelty spanner teaspoons when it’s your round to do the brew. It comes as a box set of four. Just don’t try to tighten your engine mounts with them… that could get messy.

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Ayrton Senna Poster

This specially designed poster by Automobilist celebrates Ayrton Senna’s first ever F1 win — at a damp Estoril on April 21, 1985 driving in his first season at Lotus. It’s available in small (50x24cm), medium (110x47cm) and large (220x94cm) sizes, with black, dark wood, natural wood, silver and white frames if needed.
From £249

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Original Le Mans 1972 Poster

It’s not often you find surviving original posters from the 1970s, and even rarer for them to be from an event as big as the Le Mans 24 Hours. This is from 1972, coinciding with the time the ACO opted to switch from photographic posters and instead commission artist Jean Jacquelin to create this colourful interpretation. It was also a glorious year for the French, with Matra winning outright.

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F1 chocolates

Got a Formula 1 fan in your life with a penchant for chocolate? Or simply fancy a racing-themed sugar binge while you watch the grands prix this year? Either way, we’ve got you covered. Each tin contains 15 milk chocolate racing cars. The diet can wait.

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About the Motor Sport shop

With hundreds of special and unique racing-themed products, and many new items regularly added, the Motor Sport shop is aimed at both serious and casual collectors with a number of price points to suit your budget.


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