Stunning image from (and with the very kind permission and under the © of Grand Prix Photo), of American racer Harry Schell comfortably tucked in the cockpit of his Maserati 250F ahead of the 1957 edition of the Italian GP in Pescara. Harry, sporting his blue and white Florio sweater, looks quite confident – almost as if he knew that he is about to score one of the best races of his career (finishing 3rd, just behind Sir Stirling and Fangio) on a track that most dreaded. Shot in brilliant colors, the picture also gives a great measure of the beauty of the car – a model that was among the most popular that season and that would earn the marque a constructor’s title as well – how spectacular!
On the technical front, this image is presented without a title and has the following characteristics: – 60*60cm (about 24′ square) – Hahnemuhle photo rag 308 – Discreet Suixtil seal of authenticity – 3 layered passe-partout with (what else) a silver lining – Courier shipped within 10 days of the order receipt in a made to measure cardboard box to ensure perfect protection – it is available in 3 different mounting / framing options described under our Home (mounting only), Collector (mounted and framed with Plexi glass cover) or Museum (mounted and framed with special glass cover) editions.
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