'LAUDA LINKS' Limited Edition Art Print


The story:
In 1976 the fastest man around the Nordschleife was Nicki Lauda, who had completed a 14.2 mile lap in a record 6.58.6 minutes. But in spite of his prowess, Lauda had urged other drivers to boycott the tenth 1976 GP at the Nurburgring on grounds of safety.
His colleagues voted against a boycott and so the race went ahead. But due to rear suspension failure Lauda crashed at Bergwerk and his Ferrari 312T2 burst into flames. Lauda was trapped in the car and suffered from severe burns and damage to his lungs. Sadly, this was the last ever Formula One race to be held on the Nordschleife.

Rachael Clegg's Limited Edition Art Prints have something of a cult following with collectors across the globe. Limited to edition runs of just 30, each print is signed and numbered by Rachael Clegg and comes with a certificate of authenticity and accompanying story text.

Images are printed on matt Hahnemühle Photo Rag 308 gram/m² paper. Each print is carefully hand-rolled in craft paper and shipped in a rigid postal tube. Prices include worldwide shipping. Prints are available in three sizes:

Medium 50x40cm (approximate paper size)
Large 81x64cm (approximate paper size)
Extra Large 101x81cm (approximate paper size)

A bespoke 'one off' edit service is also available if you prefer a truly unique art print - please email Rachael to discuss your requirements - prices start from £500 (in addition to the print cost)

Framed options are also available. Images are dry-mounted behind art glass within a beautiful, bespoke solid wood frame. Frames are available in either a black or white painted finish. These pieces are shipped in a robust crate.