1954 Mille Miglia. Winner Hans Herrmann finished sixth. This artwork celebrates racing from a  different age when drivers could be confronted by an on-coming train. Herrmann had a remarkable Mille Miglia race in 1954, when the gates of a railroad crossing were lowered  moments before the fast train to Rome passed. Driving his Porsche 550 Spyder, Herrmann decided it was too late to brake, knocked on the back of the helmet of his navigator Herbert Linge to make him duck. They barely passed below the gates and missed the train. They went on to win  the under-1500 sports car class. 

1954 Mille Miglia 550 PRINT

  • A fine art Giclee print on 285gsm heavy art paper. Printed in a choice of sizes from A1(594 x 841 mm), A2(420 x 594 mm) or A3(297 x 420 mm) portrait.
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