More from Nick Mason’s Ten Tenths collection… This is a Maserati 250F – I don’t know the exact provenance but these cars were driven in F1 by the likes (amongst many others of Juan Manuel Fangio and Stirling Moss. The 250F raced from 1954 until 1960. One of the brilliant things about Ten Tenths collectionContinue reading “Maserati 250F”
This was supposed to be a quick sketch and render but became a little more complex – but let me start at the beginning. In 2005 I was living in England, and a very close friend of mine was doing some work for Maserati which included going up to the Cotswolds to interview Nick MasonContinue reading “Maserati Birdcage (Tipo60/61)”
A belated tribute to one of my favourite drivers. I sketched this from a photo I took at the 2005 Goodwood Festival of speed, at which Stirling Moss piloted his legendary Mercedes 300SLR up the course. Racing is diminished by his passing.
…and here is “F”… I count 34 items beginning with the letter F (you can only count the Fiats once, though!). Enjoy! Oh! Bonus: See if you can find the mis-spelling. 🙂
An historic moment – Alonso laps the Indy 500 track. Can’t wait for the race!
Much to my surprise, I have discovered that I actually DID do an illustrator file of this and had completely forgotten, until my wife informed me that she remembered it and I should search the file…Oops.
I did this piece a couple of years ago, thinking I’d take it through Adobe Illustrator and never quite got to it. Perhaps this summer…
Well, that took a little longer than anticipated! Anyway – here it is. Will be interested to see if McLaren actually does use the orange livery this year.
My Williams FW39 concept – McLaren up next.
I’m bowing to public pressure and have raked the rear wing a little. Somehow I’m partial to the traditional “vertical” rear wing, but perhaps this will grow on me.