1000 kilometers, 12 Hours of Sebring, 3.0CSL, 312 PB, Allan Moffat, Art, Arturo Merzario, Batmobile, Bavarian Motor Works, Blanchimont, BMW, BMW art car, Brian Redman, Burnenville, Callesano, Campufelice, Clay Regazzoni, Eau Rouge, Ferrari, FIA, Firestone, Gulf, Hans-Joachim Stuck, Heuer, Holowell Straight, Jacky Ickx, Jo Siffert, John Weyer, Kemmel, La Carriére, La Source, Le 24 Heures du Mans, Leo Kinnunen, Les Combes, Malmedy, Masta, motor sport art, motorsport art, Nino Vaccarella, Oil on Canvas, Pedro Rodriguez, Pierre Scerri, Porsche, racing art, Radillon, Ronnie Peterson, Sam Posey, Sebring 12 Hours, Shell, Spa 1000 Kilometres, Spa-Francorchamps, Speed Merchants, Stavelot, Targa Florio, Tim Shenken, Vic Elford

Alle für einen – Brian Redman guiding the BMW 3.0 CSL around Sebring’s runways in the 1975 12 Hours of Sebring. This was a true team effort as the other CSL broke down so the team of Redman and Moffat became Redman/Moffat/Posey/Stuck. Even with electrics issues that effected the headlights, the little Bimmer kept rolling. Taking the win by 3 laps.  As seen on Petrolicious and Spiegel.de for the RRDC “Evening with Brian Redman” Dinner at Long Beach in 2013.

30x40, oil on canvas.

Original: SOLD
Canvas Gicleé: $400

Paper Gicleé: $175