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1948 Monaco Grand Prix original poster.
1948 Monaco Grand Prix original poster
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1948 Monaco Grand Prix original poster. (79 cms x 119 cms)


The 1948 Monaco Grand Prix was held in Monte Carlo on 16 May 1948.

The first event under a new formula, 1½ litres supercharged or 4½ litres naturally aspirated, it featured a motley crowd of marques. Jean-Pierre Wimille's 1,430 cc (87 cu in) Simca-Gordini took an early lead, but was overwhelmed by the Maserati 4CLs of Giuseppe Farina and then Luigi Villoresi.[3] Farina would take the win.

1957 Monaco Grand Prix original poster.
1957 Monaco Grand Prix original poster
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1957 Monaco Grand Prix original poster.

Despite a hesitant start, Moss led away on the first lap from Collins, Fangio, and Hawthorn. On lap 4 coming out of the tunnel, there was mayhem. Moss went straight through the chicane, sending debris from the wrecked barrier crashing onto the circuit. Collins crashed through the quayside barriers trying to avoid it. Fangio and Brooks slowed to make their way through the carnage. Brooks' effort was for nought, being hit by Mike Hawthorn's Ferrari, which lost a wheel. Fangio took the lead from Brooks' damaged car and held it to the checkered flag.

On lap 96, with nine laps to go, von Trips lost a certain third place when his engine blew up. Brabham inherited it, but he in turn lost the place when the engine in his Cooper T43-Climax cut out at Casino five laps from the end. He coasted to the harbour and pushed the car home for 6th place.

1962 Monaco Grand Prix original poster.
1962 Monaco Grand Prix original poster
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1962 Monaco Grand Prix original poster.

  • Pole position: Jim Clark - 1:35.4
  • Fastest Lap: Jim Clark - 1:35.5
  • A marshal, Ange Baldoni, was killed by the dislodged right rear wheel of Richie Ginther's BRM when it collided with the Lotuses of Maurice Trintignant, Innes Ireland and Trevor Taylor, as well as Dan Gurney's Porsche at the Gasometer hairpin on lap 1.
  • This was Jim Clark's first pole position in Formula One.

1963 Monaco Grand Prix original poster.
1963 Monaco Grand Prix original poster
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1963 Monaco Grand Prix original poster. 40 cms x 60 cms

The 1963 Monaco Grand Prix was a held at Monaco on May 26, 1963. It was won by British driver Graham Hill driving a BRM P57.
1964 Monaco Grand Prix original poster.
1964 Monaco Grand Prix original poster
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1964 Monaco Grand Prix original poster. 40 cms x 60 cms

The 1964 Monaco Grand Prix was held at Monaco on May 10, 1964. It was the first race of the 1964 Formula One season. Peter Arundell scored his first podium finish, and Mike Hailwood his first point.
1959 Le Mans original poster signed by Roy Salvadori, Paul Frere and Maurice Trintignant.
53 cars competed in the 1959 Le Mans race, with such esteemed dignitaries as Mille Miglia winner Stirling Moss; Graham Hill, who later went on to win the Formula
1959 Le Mans original poster SIGNED
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1959 Le Mans original poster signed by Roy Salvadori, Paul Frere and Maurice Trintignant.

53 cars competed in the 1959 Le Mans race, with such esteemed dignitaries as Mille Miglia winner Stirling Moss; Graham Hill, who later went on to win the Formula One world championship twice; Phil Hill, who would take the F1 crown two years later, and Bruce McLaren, founder of the company that later built the McLaren F1.

Geo Ham Gordini Tour de France original poster SIGNED by Gordini pilot Maurice Trintignant
Geo Ham Gordini Tour de France original poster SIGNED
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Geo Ham Gordini Tour de France original poster SIGNED by Gordini pilot Maurice Trintignant
1954 24 Hours of Le Mans large multicolor print by Geo Ham, France, features the winning Ferrari 375-Plus of overall winners Gonzalez and Trintignant about to pass the DB-HBR of Bonnet and Bayol, autographed by M. Trintignant
1954 24 Hours of Le Mans poster by Geo Ham
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, France,
features the winning Ferrari 375-Plus of overall winners Gonzalez and
Trintignant about to pass the DB-HBR of Bonnet and Bayol, autographed by
M. Trintignant
1939 Bugatti Tank at Le Mans poster by Geo Ham.
The winning Bugatti 'Tank' driven by Wimille and Veyron leads the 2nd. placed Delage; Amadee Gordini in the Simca-Gordini, and the Selsdon-Waleran Lagonda.
Signed by Maurice Trintignant
1939 Bugatti Tank at Le Mans poster by Geo Ham SIGNED
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1939 Bugatti Tank at Le Mans poster by Geo Ham.
The winning Bugatti 'Tank' driven by Wimille and Veyron leads the 2nd. placed Delage; Amadee Gordini in the Simca-Gordini, and the Selsdon-Waleran Lagonda.
Signed by Maurice Trintignant.

The 1939 24 Hours of Le Mans was the 16th Grand Prix of Endurance, and took place on 17 and 18 June 1939.

The following year's 24 Hours of Le Mans was originally planned for June 1940, but due to the invasion of France in May the race was called off. Racing would not return to Le Mans until 1949, long after the war had ended.

1954 Le Mans poster by Geo Ham signed by winning driver Maurice Trintignant, together with another print after Geo Ham of a Gordini type race ca.r.
The 1954 24 Hours of Le Mans was the 22nd Grand Prix of Endurance, and took place on 12 and 13 June 1954.
1954 Le Mans poster by Geo Ham SIGNED
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1954 Le Mans poster by Geo Ham signed by winning driver Maurice Trintignant, together with another print after Geo Ham of a Gordini type race ca.r.
The 1954 24 Hours of Le Mans was the 22nd Grand Prix of Endurance, and took place on 12 and 13 June 1954. It was also the fourth round of the World Sportscar Championship.