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Tazio Nuvolari Alfa Romeo P3 canvas printTazio Nuvolari
Tazio Nuvolari - the ‘Flying Mantuan’ in the car that will always be associated with him, the exquisite Alfa Romeo ‘P3’.
Graham HillGraham Hill
Graham Hill at the wheel of the BRM P57 that he took to his first Grand Prix victory - at the 1962 Dutch Grand Prix.
1959 Le Mans1959 Le Mans
The winning Aston Martin DBR1 of Roy Salvadori and Carroll Shelby rounds Tertre Rouge corner.
Master at WorkMaster at Work
Stirling Moss guides his Vanwall to victory at the 1958 Dutch Grand Prix.
1950 Tourist Trophy - Dundrod1950 Tourist Trophy - Dundrod
Stirling Moss rounds the hairpin in his Jaguar XK120, en route to victory at a rain soaked Dundrod in Northern Ireland.
1930 Le Mans1930 Le Mans
The winning Bentley Speed 6 of Barnarto and Kidston fends off the Caracciola/Werner Mercedes at White House corner.
1938 Donington Grand Prix1938 Donington Grand Prix
Dick Seaman's Mercedes-Benz W163 chases the Auto Union of eventual race winner Tazio Nuvolari during the 1938 Donington Grand Prix.
Mike HawthornMike Hawthorn
Graham Turner's portrait montage shows Mike Hawthorn with a Cooper Bristol, the 1955 Le Mans winning Jaguar D-type, and his 1958 Formula One World Championship winning Ferrari Dino.
Peter CollinsPeter Collins
Peter Collins - Mike Hawthorn's 'Mon Ami Mate' - is painted by Graham Turner with an Aston Martin DB3S and the Lancia Ferrari in which he won his first Grand Prix.
Juan Manuel FangioJuan Manuel Fangio
Five times Formula One World Champion, Juan Manuel Fangio is shown in Graham Turner's portrait montage surrounded by the cars with which he achieved so much success - Mercedes, Lancia Ferrari, Maserati 250F and Alfa Romeo 158.
Tazio Nuvolari portraitTazio Nuvolari portrait
Graham Turner's portrait montage shows Tazio Nuvolari with an Alfa Romeo P3 and the Auto Union he took to victory at the Donington Grand Prix in 1938.
Dick SeamanDick Seaman
The great British pre-war 'Silver Arrows' driver, Dick Seaman, shown in Graham Turner's portrait montage with his Delage, a 1937 Mercedes-Benz W125 and the Mercedes-Benz W163 that he famously took to victory in the 1938 German Grand Prix.
Rudolph CaracciolaRudolph Caracciola
Rudolph Caracciola, outstanding pre-war driver of the Mercedes-Benz 'Silver Arrows', is shown in Graham Turner's evocative portrait montage with a selection of his cars.

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