My Grand Prix Cars Evolution
We are on a one century journey of evolution of Grand Prix cars. Let's do it together through a selection of my car drawings.
10 - 1959 - Cooper-Climax T51 (acrylics with aerograph on paper).
The Ferrari 640 was the first Formula 1 car of the Maranello brand built after the death of its founder.
In the mid-1980s Ferrari proved powerless to compete with rivals McLaren and Williams (the "garagists" as Enzo called them). To change this scenario and bring the team back to fight for titles, Ferrari hired Briton John Barnard, who had impressed the entire Formula 1 world with his McLaren's MP4 projects.
Alfa Romeo Tipo 33
The Alfa Romeo Type 33/2 was introduced in 1967 and represented the official return of the Milan car manufacturer to motor racing...
The Lancia D50 was the last major project of Vittorio Jano, Italian engineer who became famous in the period between the Great Wars...