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Bruce McLaren | McLaren M6A | Martin Tomlinson | Limited Edition print

A beautiful print depicting Bruce McLaren on his way to winning the 1967 Los Angeles Grand Prix in his McLaren M6A. A must-have for fans of McLaren and classic motor racing. This stunning print depicts the Los Angeles GP, Riverside, 29 October 1967, where Bruce McLaren in his M6A won the penultimate round and that year’s CanAm Championship, after a battle with Jim Hall in the Chaparral.
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Bruce McLaren | McLaren-Ford M7A | 1968 | Art Print

Available in 3 different sizes, 35.0 x 19.0 cm (Folio) 60.0 x 33.0 cm (Premium) 100.0 x 55.0 cm (Super Premium). Fine art giclée print on high quality pearl paper producing outstanding colours. A small edition of 50 digitally signed and numbered folio prints, 20 digitally signed and numbered premium prints and 20 digitally signed and numbered super-premium prints. Each print is hand embossed and accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity.
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McLaren Papaya – Bruce McLaren Special – Spa-Francorchamps Circuit – 1968 | Limited Edition

On 2 June 1970, a young Bruce McLaren’s growing career was cut short due to an unfortunate incident during testing. The poster features his car from his lone F1® win – in Belgium, at the Spa-Francorchamps Circuit on 9 June 1968. According to the convention of the time, his cars should have been a mix of the New Zealand national colours of green, black and silver, but the papaya was adopted in 1968, when Bruce had begun to see how Americans publicised and marketed their racing activities with bright paint schemes. On the occasion of the 50th Anniversary of his passing, McLaren and Automobilist pay tribute to the charm and charisma of the man who’s name continues to inspire fans worldwide and the team at the Woking facility of McLaren.
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