The Motor Sport Collection: 1960s

If you're looking for racing's golden era, then the 1960s aren't a bad place to start. Legends were forged in a decade where Jim Clark won two F1 titles and the Indy 500 with Lotus; John Surtees became the first person to win world championships on two wheels and four; Jackie Stewart became a Formula 1 championp; and Ford beat Ferrari at Le Mans.
Celebrate the displays of driving brilliance and engineering ingenuity with Motor Sport's 1960s racing collection, including 1960s F1 books, memorabilia and art.

British Grand Prix 1961 Aintree Poster

After the fast straights of the Reims circuit the Grand Prix scene moved to the slow corners of the Aintree and in view of the likelihood of rain the cars were fitted with the sealed Perspex covers over the carburettor intakes, in place of the wire-mesh ones normally used.

The Scuderia Ferrari entered their usual team of Phil Hill, von Trips and Ginther, with the rear-engined 120-degree V6-engined cars who subsequently took all 3 positions come the end of an enthralling race.


Aintree lead poster

Motor Sport 1960s Signed Memorabilia

Motor Sport 1960s books

Motor Sport 1960s Art and Posters

Unique Motor Sport 1960s Gifts

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