McLaren Papaya - Bruce McLaren Special - Spa Francorchamps Circuit 1968 - Collector poster
Maserati 8CTF "The Boyle Special" - Indianapolis 500 Mile Race 1940 is specially designed and created for Formula 1® to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the passing of Bruce McLaren, the man whose name continues to inspire fans around the world and the team at the McLaren factory in Woking.
On June 2, 1970, the burgeoning career of the young Bruce McLaren was cut short by an unfortunate incident during testing. The poster represents his car during his only F1 victory.
Product under official license | Formula 1® | McLaren
Item sold without frame (see description)
On June 2, 1970, young Bruce McLaren's burgeoning career was cut short by an unfortunate testing incident. The poster depicts his car during his only F1® victory, in Belgium, at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit on June 9, 1968. By convention at the time, his cars should have been a mix of New Zealand's national colors of green, black and silver, but the papaya was adopted in 1968 when Bruce began to see how the Americans were advertising and marketing their racing activities with bright colors. On the 50th anniversary of his passing, McLaren and Automobilist are paying tribute to the charm and charisma of the man whose name continues to inspire fans around the world and to the team at the McLaren factory in Woking.
For all our posters, we use high quality offset printing, premium paper and vibrant color reproduction that stands the test of time - just like the cars themselves. Each poster is limited and labeled with a special hologram to indicate its authenticity.
If you would like to purchase a frame, please contact us at 02/782.27.78 or by e-mail email@example.com.
Size of the frame: 50x70 cm.
- 50 X 70
- Designed using the latest 3D modeling technologies
- High quality offset printing on 175g/m2 paper
- Officially licensed product | Formula 1® | McLaren
- Collector poster