Fuchsröhre print


For the 1971 1000kms World Championship Tony Goodwin entered a car with a sawn-off roof, having previously learned that cars with open roofs attracted twice the appearance money. But the car was rejected by scrutineers and so the team promptly had an Adenau blacksmith fabricate a roll cage. The scrutineers were so impressed with the makeshift repairs that they allowed the car to enter the race. But the car went backwards through a hedge near the Fuchsrohre and then suffered an exploded tyre at Antoniusbuche, which destroyed a bulk of the bodywork. Remarkably, they finished with a podium result.

“For anyone with an interest in some beautifully illustrated quirky facts about the TT races and the bare facts on the female form it is a must” Murray Walker

Each of Rachael Clegg’s images depict a moment in the Nürburgring’s eventful 90-year history. And each image is shot in exactly the same place as where the incident originally occurred. All images are printed on archive-quality paper.

Limited, special-edition prints are signed, numbered and printed on baryta paper. Limited to just 25 or 50, the special edition prints also come with a certificate of authentication and accompanying text.

All prices include postage and packaging within the UK.