He Who Has the Last Laugh.

Fangio waits impassively at the wheel of his Maserati 250F for the start of the 1957 German Grand Prix, as 'Mon Ami Mates', Hawthorn and Collins confidently decide on their finishing order; first and second. In one of the greatest Grands Prix ever run, the 'wiley old fox' Fangio drove like a man possessed after a lengthy pit stop left him almost a minute behind the two young Ferrari drivers. Taking as much as ten seconds per lap out of their lead he passed both with barely a lap of the fourteen mile Nurburgring to go, thereby clinching his 24th and final Grand Prix victory and his 5th world title into the bargain.

49 x 40 cm approx

Limited to just 100 prints - Signed and numbered by Tim

£149 + £11.00 UK / £25.00 Worldwide Postage and Packing


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