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Prix Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 82 pictures in our Prix collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Tazio Nuvolari - D Type Auto-Union Featured Print

Tazio Nuvolari - D Type Auto-Union

Tazio Nuvolari, probably the finest driver seen in this period, on a D Type Auto-Union with 3-litre, twelve cylinder, 450 hp rear mounted engine. this combination of car and driver won the Italian and Donington Park Grands Prix in 1938 at average speeds of 96.7 mph and 80.49 mph for 260 and 250 miles respectively Date: 1938

© The Institution of Mechanical Engineers/Mary Evans

French Grand Prix of 1921 Featured Print

French Grand Prix of 1921

The first road race to be won by an engine powered by a straight-eiggt engine was the French Grand Prix of 1921 in which J Murphy averaged 78.1 mph for 322 miles at Le Mans. The car was a Duesenberg with a 3 litre engine giving 115 hp. The driver in this photograph is Joe Boyer Date: 1921

© The Institution of Mechanical Engineers/Mary Evans

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Participants in a first-rate prancing party - Ardenrun House Featured Print

Participants in a first-rate prancing party - Ardenrun House

Participants in a first-rate prancing party at Ardenrun House, Surrey, held to celebrate he British victory in the Grand Prix d'Endurance (June, 1929), where Captain Barnato (the owner of Ardenrun) and Mr Birkin drove the winning Bentley. From left: Mr Guy Puckle, Mr Dufee, Mr Ruben, Mr M Greville, Earl Howe, P.C. and Mr G. Joel. In the photograph to the right can be seen Mr Allom, Miss Betty Chester and Mr P.G. Fender, captain of the Surrey XI, "adding to the hilarity of the occasion". Date: 1929

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans