Tyrrell 003 Lithographic Print, signed Sir Jackie Stewart
1971 British Grand Prix, Silverstone. Jackie Stewart and the Tyrrell 003 are firmly established as one of the most recognizable pairings in Formula 1.
The Motor Sport Magazine race report, by Denis Jenkinson, reads ‘we settled down to watch and admire the way Stewart and the blue Tyrrell make everyone else look like beginners’.
Limited edition, hand signed lithographic print (measures 60x40cm) of the Tyrrell 003 from the lens of Michael Hewett, taken at the 1971 British Grand Prix., Silverstone.
Numbered limited edition, hand signed with Certificate of Authenticity.
Lithographic print is supplied rolled for worldwide delivery. Framing service is suspended currently due to COVID restrictions.
All the proceeds of the sale of this edition will benefit Sir Jackie's charity Race Against Dementia (RAD), for which we aim to raise £10,000.
The first 71 prints are 'RAD special editions', numbered (if you require a special number, please contact us and we will do our best to accomodate you) and come with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity and a RAD pin badge as a thank you from Sir Jackie Stewart and RAD.
Proceeds donated to RAD to fund breakthrough and innovative dementia research. Lithographic print produced in partnership with and endorsed by Sir Jackie Stewart.
Race Against Dementia
45 million people around the world have dementia today. One in three people will get dementia in their lifetime. A new person gets dementia every three seconds. This crisis cannot continue. Founded by Formula 1 racing legend Sir Jackie Stewart, Race Against Dementia raises money to fund breakthrough and innovative dementia research.
Race Against Dementia Registered charity number 1165559.