The Scot’s Italian Job – Artwork, Medium Print, Natural oak

£1,549.95

The 1969 Italian Grand Prix at the ‘Temple of Speed’ Monza is a breathtaking example of tight finishes as eight cars swapped positions in the closing laps, depicted in the Fine Art Print as Jackie Stewart won in the Matra-Ford to clinch the first of this three world championship titles, with three races still remaining that year.

Depicted here the closest 1-2-3-4 finish in Formula 1 History. At the flag, Jackie Stewart, Jochen Rindt, Jean-Pierre Beltoise and Bruce McLaren were separated by just nineteen hundredths of a second, an incredible spectacle and, at the time, the closest ever F1 finish.

Sir Jackie Stewart and Matra-Ford claimed both the Drivers’ and Manufacturers’ titles, with three races of the season still remaining.

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The 1969 Italian Grand Prix at the ‘Temple of Speed’ Monza is a breathtaking example of tight finishes as eight cars swapped positions in the closing laps, depicted in the Fine Art Print as Jackie Stewart won in the Matra-Ford to clinch the first of this three world championship titles, with three races still remaining that year.

Depicted here the closest 1-2-3-4 finish in Formula 1 History. At the flag, Jackie Stewart, Jochen Rindt, Jean-Pierre Beltoise and Bruce McLaren were separated by just nineteen hundredths of a second, an incredible spectacle and, at the time, the closest ever F1 finish.

Sir Jackie Stewart and Matra-Ford claimed both the Drivers’ and Manufacturers’ titles, with three races of the season still remaining.