Here is a lovely piece by Peter Eisenreich. It is an oil on canvas painting depicting David Coulthard at the pit stop during the 2007 season while driving for RedBull. It measures 51 x 40 in.Great piece for your office or mancave.
Gilles Villeneuve "Villeneuve Pit Stop" by Alan Fearnley
Gilles Villeneuve making a pit stop during practice for the 1981 Monaco Grand Prix when he qualified on the front row,
He won the race on 31st May 1981 in 1 hour 54 minutes driving his Ferrari 126 CK at an average speed of 82.52 mph.
Hand signed and numbered by Alan Fearnley.
Peter Gethin 'Italian Grand Prix at Monza' by Michael Turner
1971 Grand Prix Monza. The fastest GP ever run, and the closest 4 car finish in history, with Peter Gethin taking the chequered flag in the Yardley BRM P160 from Ronnie Peterson's March 1971, Francois Cevert's Tyrrell 002 and Mike Hailwood's Surtees TS9.
The Winners average race speed was 150.75 mph, and the winning margin 1/100th of a second.
From an original painting by Michael Turner
A limited edition of 500 signed and numbered prints.
Gilles Villeneuve FERRARI 312 T4 Limited Edition Serigraph by Randy Owens
Limited Edition Print. It is a beautiful limited print by Randy Owens depicting Gilles Villeneuve driving his Ferrari 312 T4. It has been hand signed, titles and numbered by Randy Owens.
Jordan’s First Victory Signed by Eddie Jordan by Juan Carlos Ferrigno
Limited Edition Print. Juan Carlos Ferrigno Dimensions: 25 x 21 A classic vintage Formula One racing print taken from an original painting by Juan Carlos Ferrigno. This striking scene depicts Damon Hill, winner of the 1998 Belgian Grand Prix leading his team mate Ralf Schumacher, to give the Jordan Grand Prix Team their first Formula 1 Grand Prix Victory. The edition is limited to 850 artist-signed and numbered prints, personally autographed by team owner Eddie Jordan. Autographed by Eddie Jordan!
Graham Hill 'Master of Monaco' by Michael Turner
Limited Edition Print. Graham Hill, in the B.R.M., fends off a challenge from John Surtees' Ferrari in 1963, to score the first of his five victories in the Principality.Limited edition from an original painting from Turner. Hand signed and numbered by Michael Turner. It comes framed and accompanied by a 1972 card from Indianapolis 500 Festival signed by Graham Hill.