Artist: Gavin Macleod
Driver: Emerson Fittipaldi
Dimensions: “30.5 x 21.5”
This beautifully executed print is taken from an original painting by the late English artist Gavin Macleod. The scene memorializes the great Emerson Fittipaldi winning the 1993 Indianapolis 500. In a race that appeared to be shaping up as a personal duel between teammates Nigel Mansell, an F1 veteran, and Mario Andretti, Emerson Fittipaldi flashed into the picture and out of sight to claim an amazing ninth Indy triumph for car owner Roger Penske.
Fittipaldi never led a lap in his Marlboro ’93 Penske-Chevy-C until sweeping past Mansell on a restart to begin Lap 184. The 1989 Indy victor made it stick – overcoming another late yellow and pressure from Arie Luyendyk to beat the pole-sitter to the checkered flag by 2.682 seconds. Fittipaldi broke a Victory Lane tradition by sipping orange juice before the traditional bottle of milk. This edition was limited to only 350 signed and numbered prints. Through special arrangement with Freck’s Auto Art, Fittipaldi autographed the very few remaining copies. Once these are gone, they are gone for good, so get yours today!
PERSONALLY AUTOGRAPHED BY EMERSON FITTIPALDI – VERY LIMITED SUPPLY! Great photo of Emmo signing included.
Personally signed by Emerson Fittipaldi and artist Gavin Macleod!
Includes Complementary Snapshot of Emmo Signing the Print!