The Ferrari 250 GT SWB was legendary for privateer racers in the early 1960s. Jacques Swaters was a Belgian racing driver, team owner and the first importer of Ferraris. With friends he founded the private Ecurie Francorchamps racing team. Their cars were painted in Belgium’s FIA racing yellow or with a yellow stripe. The speed of racing is wonderfully captured as the car flashes past the crowd at the Goodwood Revival.
Photographed at the Goodwood Motor Circuit in 2015.
- Prints are available on Photo Lustre fine art paper or sublimated onto aluminum panels
- Each print is signed and numbered and available in a limited run of 25 prints
- Each print is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity signed by the Artist
- Prints are produced by one of North America’s leading custom fine art printmakers
- Metal prints are fade resistant, scratch resistant and can be wiped clean with a micro fiber cloth
- Metal prints are made from 90% recycled aluminum
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- Paper prints have a 2.75”/7cm border (approximately)
- Paper prints are sold unframed
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