BMW GTP/MARCH 86G D. Hobbs | J. Watson 1986

BMW GTP/MARCH 86G D. Hobbs | J. Watson 1986

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The March 86G was a Group C and IMSA GTP sports racing car built by March Engineering. Built as simply a chassis with no engine, it was branded as one of three cars, the BMW GTP, the Buick Hawk or the Nissan R86V depending on which engine was placed in the chassis and which team was running it.

This illustration highlights the March 86G / BMW GTP which was driven by David Hobbs and John Watson during North American endurance races of the IMSA in the 1986 season. This #19 was especially driven during the Daytona Finale which was the final round of the IMSA season where Hobbs and Watson finished the race and were classified ninth overall, and seventh in class after 91 laps.

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50 x 40cm  |  20 x 16"


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

The print includes a 4.5cm (1.77") white border around the illustration to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.

The print is delivered unframed but is ready to be framed in a 50 x 40cm frame.


FUJI CRYSTAL ARCHIVE DP II Matte surface 234g/m²

Fuji Crystal Archive DP II is an affordable and high-quality brand-name photo paper. It produces vibrant colours and great contrast. The matte surface gives a natural look and reduced reflections. Fuji Crystal DP II is Fujicolor’s leading photo paper for gallery prints. This paper has an extremely wide colour gamut and is non-fade for at least 75 years.

HAHNEMÜHLE FINEART PEARL silk gloss surface 285g/m²

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