Officially endorsed by McLaren, this artwork was created by renowned artist Jay Burridge using Ayrton Senna's Championship winning 1991 McLaren MP4/6 F1 car given to him personally by Ron Dennis.
Jay Burridge was a sculpture student at Central Saint Martinís college of Art and Design from 1990 to 1994. Whilst in his second year his tutor passed on a letter he had received from McLaren International offering a student a unique opportunity to make a sculpture using one of their cars.
The Solitude Revival was organized this weekend, 108 years after the first event took place around the Solitude castle. The legendary Solitude Bergrennen started life in 1903 with a 6km hill climb for motorcycles starting from the western Stuttgart railway station and finishing at the Solitude castle.
If the name is synonymous with Ferrari in North America, is certainly Luigi Chinetti. The Italian-American Maranello was the first importer and distributor in the United States, and was also the founder of the North American Racing Team (NART), the prancing horse on the track campaign. And if that were not enough to prove his credentials, he also won the 24 Hours of Le Mans no less than three.
This Sunday will mark the 75th anniversary of the Hungarian Grand Prix, an event held since…1986. Fifty years before Formula One came to the Hungaroring, there was a Grand Prix race in downtown Budapest with 100,000 people in attendance.
The 2011 Silverstone Classic (22-24 July) can justify its proud claim to being the 'the world's biggest classic racing festival', with the final numbers for the event amply demonstrating the vast scale of this world famous festival.
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