JWA-GULF PORSCHE 917K Le Mans 1970 | Limited Edition of 50

JWA-GULF PORSCHE 917K Le Mans 1970 | Limited Edition of 50


The 3 917Ks John Wyer Automotive Engineering-Gulf in a print.

During Le Mans 70, the number 20 Porsche 917K, was driven by Joe Siffert and Brian Redman. It used the new 4.9 liter Flat-12 engine and had qualified in 3rd place but was retired after 156 laps due to a blown engine, it finished at the 24th place.

Number 21 used a 4.9 liter Flat-12 too. It was driven by Pedro Rodriguez and Leo Kinnunen. It finished at the 48th place as it was retired after 22 laps only due to a broken connecting rod.

The number 22 and its "smaller" 4.5 liter Flat-12 was driven by the motorcycle champion Mike Hailwood and David Hobbs. The vehicle had qualified 10th and after only three hours was running in third place. Unfortunately, an Alfa Romeo T33/3 driven by Carlo Facetti spun and hit a wall and Hailwood was unable to evade the accident. It was retired at lap 49 and finished 41st.

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This illustration is a limited edition of 50 and will never be printed again.

Each print will be pencil-numbered, signed, dated and embossed in the bottom white border (numbered on the left side - signed & dated on the right side).

The print comes with an Artist Bill of Sale and an Original Certificate of Authenticity.

These documents list the title of the print, the paper used, the printer type, the ink type, the date it is printed, the number printed and the print size.


A2 | 42 x 59.4cm | 16.54" x 23.39"


a 3cm (1.18") white border



This high-quality giclée print is produced on an acid-free paper using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color.

The print includes the illustration in an A2 size + a 3cm (1.18") white border around it. 

The limited print is delivered unframed but framing is possible on asking.


HAHNEMÜHLE RAG fine soft matte surface 308g/m²

One of the most robust papers from Hahnemühle. It is made of 100% cotton and has a matte surface. With its soft and fine texture, this paper is very versatile and is just as well suited to colour prints as it is to deep blacks and pure whites. The Hahnemühle Rag is an amazing paper for all kinds of images and for high pictorial depth.