Ferrari 250 LM ‘6313’
Born of controversy, the Ferrari 250 LM was Enzo Ferrari’s compact mid-engined coupé hope for GT world championship racing but the rule-makers decided it should run as a sports-prototype in 1964 and 1965. To everyone’s surprise, the LM was to dominate the 1965 Le Mans 24 Hour race. Chassis no. 6313, driven by Pierre Dumay and Gustave Gosselin, led for much of the race but finished second after a tyre failure in the closing stages.
Photographer: John Colley
Size: A3 Landscape, 420mm x 297mm
Quantity: Limited to 50 units
Printing: Digital C-type print on 231gsm Fuji Crystal archive paper with a semi-matt finish.
Packaging: Prints are placed in Glassine paper bags and shipped in a ColomPac rigid postal pocket.
Frame not included