Limited edition Mercedes print by Alan Fearnley                           

 

Alan Fearnley is one of the world's leading motoring artists and has received countless accolades for his outstanding artwork depicting classic motor racing scenes, as well as other evocative pictures featuring some of the world's best known cars.

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All the prints featured below have been lithographically printed onto 300gsm acid free Paralux paper for the finest quality and will be supplied in a strong cardboard tube to ensure maximum protection. To minimise handling, all prints are stored and despatched by the production studio and it is possible that availability and pricing may change after the point of ordering. If this is the case, we will not take any payment, until the changes have been confirmed with yourselves.

 

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Silver Arrows (Alan Fearnley limited edition print)

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To commemorate the victory of the Sauber-Mercedes Team in the 57th Le Mans 24 Hour Race on the 10th-11th June 1989. Winning car no. 63 driven by Jochen Mass, Manuel Reuter and Stanley Dickens, followed by the second place car No 61 and 5th place car No 6
Featured Make: Sauber
Featured Model: Mercedes
Featured Drivers: Jochen Mass Manuel Reuter Stanley Dickens
Featured Location: France - Le Mans
Featured Year: 1989
Dimensions: Approx. 52cm x 70cm (20" x 28")
Limited Edition: 850.  Signed by Jochen Mass

Team Conquest (Alan Fearnley limited edition print)

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To commemorate the victory for Mercedes who finished 1st, 2nd & 3rd in the 1914 French Grand Prix at Lyon. Christian Lautenschlager driving his 4.5 Litre Mercedes followed by Kenelm Lee Guiness in his Sunbeam on their descent to Los Sept Chemins
Featured Make: Mercedes
Featured Model: F1 4.5 ltr
Featured Drivers: Christian Lautenschlager
Featured Location: France - Grand Prix
Featured Year: 1914
Dimensions: Approx. 52cm x 70cm (20" x 28")
Limited Edition: 500
Signed by Alan Fearnley

Fangio (Alan Fearnley limited edition print)

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Juan Manuel Fangio on his way to victory in the 1955 Argentine Grand Prix, followed by Ascari, Gonzales and Moss. Photograph of Fangio signing supplied with this print
Featured Make: Mercedes
Featured Model: F1
Featured Drivers: Juan Manuel Fangio
Featured Location: Argentina - Grand Prix
Featured Year: 1955
Limited Edition: 500
Signatories: Juan Manuel Fangio

Melbourne Victory (Alan Fearnley limited edition print)

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David Coulthard in the McLaren Mercedes on his way to victory at the opening race of the 2003 season, Melbourne, Australia on the 9th March.
Featured Make: McLaren Mercedes
Featured Model: Mercedes
Featured Drivers: David Coulthard
Featured Location: Australia - Grand Prix
Featured Year: 2003
Dimensions: 694mm x 520mm (27" x 20") (approx)
Limited Edition: 450
Signatories: David Coulthard

King of Tripoli (Alan Fearnley limited edition print)

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To commemorate the 1st and 2nd position of Hermann Lang & Rudolf Caraciola in the 1939 Tripoli Grand Prix both driving a Mercedes W165. This was the third successive victory for Lang in the Tripoli Grand Prix and he won at an average speed of 122.91 mph
Featured Make: Mercedes
Featured Model: F1 W165
Featured Drivers: Rudolf Carraciola Herman Lang
Featured Location: Tripoli - Grand Prix
Featured Year: 1939
Dimensions: Approx. 52cm x 70cm (20" x 28")
Limited Edition: 500
Signed by Alan Fearnley
 

Last of the Titans (Alan Fearnley limited edition print)

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Manfred von Brauchitsch was the German racing driver who led the legendary Mercedes-Benz racing team of the 1930s. The 1937 Monaco Grand Prix saw Von Brauchitsch defy orders from team manager Neubauer, racing and evetually beating his team-mate Rudolf Caracciola in a closely fought race over 100 laps of the circuit. This was one of only three Grand Prix wins for Von Brauchitsch.
Featured Make: Mercedes Benz
Featured Drivers: Manfred von Brauchitsch
Featured Location: Monaco – Grand Prix
Featured Year: 1937
Dimensions: Approx. 65cm x 45cm (26" x 18")
Limited Edition: 330.  Signed by A. Fearnley