Frank Lockhart was an early American pioneer of speed. Held by some historians in the same vein as the legendary Jim Clark, Lockhart won the 1926 Indianapolis 500 and set some records that would stand until 1960. This print shows Lockhart in his Stutz Black Hawk, a car designed to set a new land speed record. Sadly, the attempt would cost the talented American his life.
The illustration was originally done to accompany a book review and is now available to buy in limited edition print format.
Limited to 100 A3 (297x420mm) and 100 A2 (594x420mm) prints, signed and numbered.
Printed on 300gsm museum quality paper with archival inks.
Frame not included.