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Paper Print,Goodwood Circuit, limited Serie of 59 pieces, handsigned
Cars:Jaguar, Mercedes, Aston Martin, Vanwall, Ferrari, Mc Laren, AC
Drivers:Sterling Moss, Hawthorn, J. Surtees, J. Brabham, Gurney, Fangio, Salvadori
Dimensions:19 x 19"
The Duke of Richmond, Freddie March known as, was a noted amateur racer. After winning the Brooklands Double 12 in 1930, he designed as an engineer sports cars, including an AC 1937, by his son, Lord Charles March still continues today.
The idea of creating this distance, had a friend of Freddie March, Tony Gaze. A bypass for the airfield has been proposed as racetrack. In 1948, the track was officially opened with a ride in a Bristol 400, then Britain's most modern sports sedan.
The Goodwood Circuit is a motorsport race on the grounds of Goodwood House, the country seat of the Dukes of Richmond. The route leads to the built during World War II Goodwood Airfield. On September 18, 1948, the first race took place, won the Stirling Moss in the 500 cc class. Over the years, the track was the venue for numerous races. Due to the ever higher speeds, the route was no longer sufficient safety standards since 1966. The racing was therefore set after the last race on July 2, 1966. The image is a tribute to the drivers and their cars who wrote the history of this race course, including John Surtees, Sir Jack Brabham, named for its black hair 'Blackjack', Stirling Moss on Jaguar, Gurney to Ferrari, Fangio Mercedes, Salvadori in Aston Martin, on Vanwall Hawthorn and many others. The lettering "Good Wood" is incorporated in the image above in the form of Winning flags.
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