Maserati’s most successful Grand Prix car, the 250F, was campaigned in its various evolutionary guises throughout the 2½-litre front-engined Formula 1 era of 1954–1960, winning Championship events on 8 occasions. Three lightweight versions were built and raced in 1957, with Juan Manuel Fangio winning the last of his five World Championship titles. Chassis 2528, photographed here, was driven to victory by Fangio at the Monaco Grand Prix.
Photographer: John Colley
Size: A3 Landscape, 420mm x 297mm (incl. white border)
Quantity: Limited to 50 units
Printing: Digital C-type print on 231gsm Fuji Crystal archive paper with a semi-matt finish.
Packaging: Prints are shipped in a rigid postal pocket.
Please note: If you are ordering this print along with other items, please be advised it will arrive separately from our professional printing partner. Shipping is by 1st class mail for UK and EU/EEA customers and by DHL courier for all other countries. Frame is not included.