GRAND PRIX RACING

Some examples of Andrew's work. See the FOR SALE page for all available originals or prints.

1970s

'Home Town Legend'

Local hero Gilles Villeneuve scored his first GP win in his Ferrari 312T3, in the inaugural race held on the Montreal circuit, which was also the last race of the 1978 season.

Acrylic on Board 16x12in (40x30cm)

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'Wingman'

Ronnie Peterson chasing team mate Mario Andretti in their JPS Lotus 79s in the 1978 Dutch Grand Prix at Zandvoort. It was the last Lotus 1-2 finish in Grand Prix racing.

Commissioned by Clive Chapman.

Acrylic on Canvas 

60x40in (152x101cm)

Tom Pryce 1975

'Tom Pryce'

Welshman Tom Pryce winning the 1975 Race of Champions at Brands Hatch in his Shadow-Ford DN5. The only Welsh driver to have won an F1 race.

Commissioned by the

HSCC as an award

to the Tom Pryce

Trophy race winner

at Anglesey in 2019.

Acrylic on Canvas

24x18in (61x45cm)

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Jackie Stewart 1973

'Flying High'

Jackie Stewart flies to victory in the 1973 German Grand Prix at the Nürburgring. It was a good day for Elf Team Tyrrell, Stewart's team mate Francois Cevert finished in second place, a 1-2 finish for the Tyrrell-Ford 006 cars. 

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Acrylic on Board 16x12in (40x30cm)

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'Hesketh's Triumph'

James Hunt scored his first Grand Prix win for the flamboyant Hesketh Racing team in the 1975 Dutch GP. The small British team beat the might of Ferrari with their Hesketh-Ford 308.

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Acrylic on Board 16x12in (40x30cm)

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'Six Wheeler'

A montage of the revolutionary six wheeled Tyrrell-Ford P34 F1 cars, depicted in the Japanese Grand Prix at the Fuji circuit in 1976 & '77, with drivers Scheckter, Depailler and Peterson.

Commissioned by the Japanese sponsor of Team Tyrrell at these races.

Acrylic on Canvas 30x20in (76x51cm)

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'Keke's Rain Dance'

In appalling conditions, Keke Rosberg stunned the establishment with victory in the 1978 Silverstone 'International Trophy' race, in his Theodore-Ford.  

Commissioned

Acrylic on Board 16x12in (40x30cm)

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'Remarkable Rindt'

Jochen Rindt winning the dramatic 1970 Monaco Grand Prix, about to take the flag in his Lotus 49C-Ford. Rindt chased down leader Jack Brabham, forcing him into a mistake at the last corner, the Gasworks Hairpin.

Commissioned

Acrylic on Board 40x30in (101x76cm)

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'A Hexagonal Finish'

John Watson drove a great race in the 1974 Monaco Grand Prix in his privately entered Hexagon Racing Brabham BT42-Ford. Sixth place and his first World Championship point was just reward.

Sold at auction to Hexagon Classics.  

Acrylic on Canvas 36x28in (91x71cm)

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'Ronnie Relentless'

Ronnie Peterson was on top form with a faultless drive in his Ford Cosworth DFV powered Lotus 72E, to score a brilliant win in the 1974 Monaco Grand Prix. 

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Acrylic on Board 16x12in (40x30cm)

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'March First'

Jackie Stewart has a sideways moment passing the burning cars of Ickx and Oliver to win the 1970 Spanish Grand Prix at Jarama in his Team Tyrrell March-Ford 701. The first GP win for a March car. Both drivers in the first lap shunt escaped with minor injuries. 

Commissioned

Acrylic on Canvas 28x20in (71x51cm)

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'Gunnar'

Gunnar Nilsson leads Niki Lauda in tricky conditions to win the 1977 Belgian Grand Prix at Zolder in his Lotus 78-Ford. It was the late Swede's only Grand Prix victory. 

Commissioned

Acrylic on Board 24x16in (60x40cm)

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'McLaren's First Champion'

Emerson Fittipaldi left Lotus to join McLaren in 1974, here winning his home Grand Prix at Interlagos in his McLaren-Ford M23. He became World Champion for a second time.

Commissioned

Acrylic on Canvas 28x20in (71x51cm)