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


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'Home Town Hero'

Despite gearbox problems with his McLaren-Honda MP4/6, Ayrton Senna held on to win the 1991 Brazilian Grand Prix at Interlagos. 

Ayrton Senna owned the original painting, now with the Senna family. Prints were produced signed by Senna and Ron Dennis.

Gouache on Board 20x14in (51x36cm)


'Mexican 1-2'

Alain Prost and Nigel Mansell finished 1-2 in the 1990 Mexican Grand Prix. 

Commissioned by Ferrari S.p.A.

Ferrari published official prints of this painting.

Gouache on Board 28x15in (71x38cm)

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'Damon Reigns'

Damon Hill scoring his last Grand Prix victory, leading team mate Ralf Schumacher in the 1998 Belgian GP at Spa. A 1-2 for the Jordan-Honda team.

Commissioned by Damon Hill

Acrylic on Board 40x30in (101x76cm)

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Damon Hill Sport published limited edition prints of this painting, with advertisements in the worldwide racing press. The painting was also used for Damon's personal Christmas card in 1998.

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'Alesi - Fast and Furious'

Jean Alesi drove brilliantly around the streets of Phoenix in his Tyrrell-Ford 019 to finish runner-up to Ayrton Senna in the 1990 US Grand Prix.

Owned by Jean Alesi

Acrylic on Canvas 24x20in (61x45cm)


'Spa 91'

Ayrton Senna exits Eau Rouge at Spa-Francorchamps on the way to victory in the 1991 Belgian Grand Prix in his McLaren-Honda MP4/6. 


Acrylic on Canvas 30x20in (76x51cm)

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'Red Five Alive!'

Nigel Mansell winning the 1992 Mexican Grand Prix, driving his Williams-Renault FW14B on his way to becoming World Champion.


Acrylic on Canvas 30x20in (76x51cm)


'Michael 94'

Michael Schumacher heading for victory in the 1994 Monaco Grand Prix, in his Benetton-Ford B194 on his way to becoming World Champion for the first time.


Acrylic on Canvas 28x20in (71x51cm)


'Notice of Intent'

Damon Hill won the opening round of the 1996 World Championship, the  Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne. On his way to becoming World Champion with his Williams-Renault FW18.


Acrylic on Board 16x12in (40x30cm)

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