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Recapturing an Era - The Vintage Sebring Collection

A series of digital artwork from original photographs.

 

"... oil turn 2"

   

NART USA Ferrari Dino 246S #0784S - Hugus/Connell DNF

Visit the Barcboys.com web page to see No. 26 in the pits.

(Based on original photograph by Ralph Edelbach)

"... sebring start"

   

 

 

(Based on original photograph provided by IMRRC)

 

"... triumph corner"

   

Winning No. 14 Ferrari 250 TR #0704 Hill/Collins

No. 15 250 TR #0728 Hawthorne/von Trips (DNF)

 

(Based on original photograph provided by IMRRC)

"... sombrilla en sebring"

    (16"x20"  Giclee Print on Fine Art Paper or Fine Art Canvas - 18"x24" artwork only.)

Ferrari 250 TR #0768 - Sebring 1961

Learn more about the  history of #0768...

(Based on original photograph by Ralph Edelbach)

 

"... la dolce vita"

   

Sir Stirling Moss OBE -  Sebring 1958

(Based on original photograph by Bob Kahmer)

"... homme du monde"

    (28"x22"  Giclee Print on Fine Art Paper or Fine Art Canvas.)

Peter Collins - Sebring 1958

Learn more about the  history of #0704...

(Based on original photograph by Bob Kahmer)

 

"... street talkin"

    (24"x18"  Giclee Print on Fine Art Paper or Fine Art Canvas.)

Those were the days!!!!

(Based on original photograph by Bob Kahmer.)

"... welcome hotel sebring"

    (16"x20"  "Poster".)

Press Headquarters -  Sebring 1961

(Based on original photograph by Ralph Edelbach.)


 

"... going for broke"

   

Aston Martin DBR1/2 -  A view from the iconic Sebring "bridge" 1958

"Renowned by many as the most recognizable and valuable Aston Martin in history, the DBR1/2 is the only car from the iconic manufacturer to have ever won the prestigious Le Mans 24 Hour race. Additionally, the vehicle was also the one and same in which Sir Stirling Moss won the RAC Tourist Trophies at Goodwood in 1958 and 59 to help Aston Martin take home the 1959 World Sports Car Championship."  Talacrest.com  Learn more about its history...

(Based on original photograph by Bob Kahmer)

"... waiting for Roy"

   

Aston Martin DBR1 at Sebring 1958

(Based on original photograph by Bob Kahmer)

 

"... scuderia cuba"

   

Ferrari 500 TRC s/n 0678MDTR  - Sebring 1958

Learn more about its history...

(Based on original photograph by Bob Kahmer)

"... ferrari blues 2" 

    (24"x24"  Giclee Print on Fine Art Paper or Kodak Metallic Photographic Paper Linen Texture.)

(Based on original photograph by Bob Kahmer)



 
"... back stright cruzin"

   

Gulf Porsche 917K at Sebring 1970

Jo Siffert and Brian Redman drove this Gulf Porsche 917K at Sebring in 1970. The car did not finish due to accident damage. The Gulf Porsche team was victorious at Daytona one month earlier but a problem with faulty wheel hubs prevented the other team car from winning. The Rodriguez - Kinnunen 917 was actually leading very late in the race when they had to pit due to a faulty wheel hub. It was their third wheel hub replacement and they ended up fourth at the end of the race. Mario Andretti won the race in a Ferrari 512 with the Steve McQueen - Peter Revson Porsche 908 coming in second. This photo was taken on the back airport runway that is almost one mile long and where they can achieve speeds of over 200 m.p.h

(On display 2009-2012 - Sebring International Raceway)

(Based on original photograph provide by Lou Galanos)


"... coke no. 5"

   

Porsche 962 at Sebring 1986

The Bob Akin, Hans-Joachim Stuck, Jo Gartner Porsche 962 on its way to winning the 1986 12-Hours of Sebring. In this photo is Jo Gartner driving. Just over two months later whilst contesting the 1986 24 Hours of Le Mans at 2:10 am on the Sunday, Gartner's car suffered a mechanical failure and turned hard left into the barriers on the Mulsanne Straight at 160 mph (260 km/h). The car somersaulted down the track and caught fire resting on the barriers on the opposite side of the track. Gartner was killed on impact.

(Based on original photograph provide by Dave Kutz)

(Narrative note provided by Lou Galanos.)



 

 

 
"... gialo fly"
 

   

NART - Arent/Kimberly  Sebring 1960

Ferrari 250 GT SWB #1773GT  History

The #1773GT was recently restored by John Romano, MA,USA.

John is associated with KTR Racing and participates in Cavallino Classics.

(Based on photograph provided by Dave Nichols)

"... driving rain"
 

    (16"x20"  Giclee Print on Kodak metallic professional photographic paper palette texture.)

 

Learn about ... driving rain

(On display 2008-2012 - Sebring International Raceway)

(Based on photograph provided by Dave Nichols)

 

"... two 2 go"

    (26"x22" Giclee Print Matte Laminated "poster".)

Alfa Romeo Sebring 70

The #31 Alfa Romeo T33/3 team car that was driven by Piers Courage and Andrea de Adamich. The car finished 8th in the 1970 12 Hours of Sebring. This was the Sebring race that saw the legendary battle between the Porsche 908 of Steve McQueen and Peter Revson and the Ferrari 512s of Mario Andretti, Nino Vaccarella and Ignazio Giunti. Ferrari won by 22 seconds. The large fellow (on the left) in the white shirt and hat is Autodelta boss Carlo Chiti, essentially the man behind the Alfa Tipo 33, competition manager for Ferrari and Alfa, founder of ATS.

(Based on original photograph provided by Louis Galanos)

"... no time 2 waste"

    (24"x20" Giclee Print on Fine Art paper.)

Alfa Romeo Sebring 70

The #31 Alfa being worked on in the pits. Behind it is the #69 Alfa Romeo Giulia Spider that was driven by Paul Spruell and Wilbur Pickett. The car did not finish in the 1970 12 Hours of Sebring. Italian crew were always fun to watch with all the yelling and hand gestures.

(On display 2010-2012 - Sebring International Raceway)

(Based on original photograph provided by Louis Galanos)

"... 3 rode by"
 

    (24"x22" print on brushed aluminum.)

Learn about ... 3 rode by

(Based on original photograph provide by Lou Galanos)

(On display 2008-2012 - Sebring International Raceway)

"... race to remember - 3D"

    (24"x12" Lenticular (3D) print.)

 

(Based on original photograph provide by Lou Galanos)

Learn about ... race to remember 3D

"... fill 'er up"

    (24"x14" Palette texture Giclee print on Kodak metallic professional photographic paper.)

The winning Ferrari 860 Monza #0604M driven by Fangio/Castellotti at the 1956 Sebring 12 Hours.

Based on original photograph provided by Cliff & Jack Reuter.

(On display 2009-2012 - Sebring International Raceway)

"... ready to race"
 

    (20"x10" Giclee Print Kodak Metallic Palette Texture.)

(Based on original photograph provided by Louis Galanos)

"... catch me quick"

    (30"x24" Giclee Print on Fine Art paper, Kodak Metallic or Acrylic.)

Sebring 1972 at the famous MG Bridge -  the #4 Ferrari 312PB driven by Clay Regazzoni & Brian Redman lead the #32 Alfa Romeo T33/TT/3 driven by Vic Elford & Helmut Marko

(Based on original photograph provided by Louis Galanos)

 

"... catch me quick 2"
 

    (30"x11" Mixed Media -  Print on Acrylic Mounted on Brushed Aluminum.)

(Based on original photograph provided by Louis Galanos)

 

"... ready to go"

    (28"x20" Giclee Print on Fine Art paper.)

Sebring 1987 Bayside Porsche racing  team.

(Based on original black&white photograph provided by Graham Smith )

"... night moves"

    (28"x20" Giclee Print on Kodak Professional Paper Matte Lamination.)

Sebring 1987 winning Bayside Porsche - Bobby Rahal at the wheel.

(Based on original black&white photograph provided by Graham Smith)


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