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Juan Manuel Fangio – 1957 Maserati 250F
Easily the most dominant and recognizable car and driver from the ’50s was Fangio and his red Maserati. With this piece I wanted to capture the laid back and amateurish nature of early Formula-1 when pit stops took minutes and drivers could enjoy a cup of tea or coffee while their car was being serviced.
Jim Clark – 1967 Lotus 49
The best driver of his generation driving one of the most influential F1 car of all time, Jim Clark and his green-yellow Lotus definitely deserve their spot among motorsport’s greatest icons.
James Hunt – 1976 McLaren M23D
When I think of the glamour of F1 the first thing that comes to mind is certainly James Hunt in the ’70s.
Ayrton Senna – 1991 McLaren MP4/6
Senna had many spectacular and memorable drives, choosing one was definitely not easy, but the one I arrived at was his first home Grand Prix victory. I wanted to illustrate him seemingly cutting through the rain with his McLaren.