A vintage pair of maroon Everlast boxing gloves previously owned and worn by the great Sugar Ray Robinson. The gloves show lots of use, but remain in good condition for their age. There are no rips or tears. The laces are still in place. They originate from the collection of American writer and film director Billy Folick. His father was an advertising executive in the 1960's and was tasked to create a pilot for a new show called "Training Day with Sugar Ray". Billy's two elder brothers were cast in the pilot, and both were gifted a pair of Ray's gloves. The gloves being sold here are one of those pairs. They come with an original, hand-signed letter of authenticity from Billy Frolick. Also included are copies of three photos of Ray and Billy's Dad on the shoot. Great opportunity to own a genuine pair of gloves that belonged to the former welterweight & middleweight champion, and all time pound-for-pound great. Complete with excellent provenance.
1980's Marlboro Team / Texaco jacket signed by Senna / Prost / Mansell / Lauda
An original Marlboro Team jacket signed by Ayrton Senna, Alain Prost, Nigel Mansell and Niki Lauda.
A very collectable race worn item from the most iconic drivers in F1 history.
Juan Manuel Fangio signed 1980 Great Names in Motor Racing Cover
Juan Manuel Fangio signed 1980 Great Names in Motor Racing Cover framed
Ferrari golf bag bag by Chedoni
An original Chedoni Ferrari Golf bag in perfect condition.
Ferrari suit travel bag by Chedoni
An original Chedoni Ferrari travel bag in perfect condition.
1993 Ayrton Senna podium flag European Grand Prix
Very rare item. This flag has been paraded by Ayrton Senna after his victory at Donington Park in 1993. It is signed.
The 1993 European Grand Prix (formally the Sega European Grand Prix) was a Formula One motor race held on 11 April 1993 at Donington Park. It was the third race of the 1993 FIA Formula One World Championship. The race was contested over 76 laps and was won by Ayrton Senna for the McLaren team, ahead of second-placed Damon Hill and third-placed Alain Prost, both driving for the Williams team.
Senna's drive to victory is regarded as one of his finest, and his first lap exploits are particularly lauded, in which he passed four drivers – Michael Schumacher, Karl Wendlinger, Damon Hill and Alain Prost – to take the lead in a single lap in torrential rain conditions. The race was the first held under the European Grand Prix title since 1985, and to date is the only Formula One Grand Prix to have been held at the Donington Park circuit.