The 1956 Monaco Grand Prix featured a battle between two titans of the sport. Juan Manuel Fangio, having an exceptionally rare “off day”, chased the sister Maserati of teammate Stirling Moss. Moss was leading comfortably until he damaged his bonnet whilst lapping a back-marker, which allowed Fangio to close the gap. Moss ended up taking victory by 6 seconds. This limited edition print commemorates the race.
This print is available in standard and premium format.
Standard format: 31.4 x 26.7cm inc. border
Premium format: 52.2 x 43.9cm inc. border
Fine art giclée print on Hahnemühle 100% cotton rag paper.
An edition of 75 signed and numbered standard prints & 75 signed and numbered premium prints.
Each print is hand embossed in the lower margin and accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.
This item will be dispatched by our partners Historic Car Art.
Frame not included.