Eagle-Weslake T1G 1967 4 views | Limited Print of 50
Eagle-Weslake T1G Grand Prix de Belgique 1967 4 views
Gurney's Eagle takes flight at Spa 1967! Dan Gurney takes a first win for his own Anglo-American Racers team in the light weight Eagle T1G Weslake Grand Prix car, breaking Tony Brooks Grand Prix speed average record with a speed of 143mph.
For the 1967 season, Dan built this special Eagle, named the mag-ti car for the magnesium and titanium in its structure. The use of exotic materials overcame the Eagle’s weight disadvantage, which stemmed from sharing a common design with the Indy version.
It all came together that day at Spa-Francorchamps, when Dan out ran the world’s fastest Grand Prix cars to seize victory for himself, the Eagle and the United States.
LIMITED PRINT This print is limited to 50
SIZE 40 x 50cm | 16 x 20" (white margins included). For different dimensions, please contact me
PAPERS Poster 135g/m² / EPSON Gallery Superior Ultra Matte 205g/m²
FRAME Nielsen® C2 Aluminium & glass + EPSON Gallery Superior Ultra Matte 205g/m²
PRINT High-quality Giclée. 12 extra-long lasting inks (8 colours + 4 shades of black)
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