A Ford GT40 and against a Ferrari P4 after the Dunlop curve at Le Mans in 1967, just before sunset.
The Ford GT40 and the Ferrari P4 were two legendary racing cars that went head-to-head in the 1960s. The GT40 was built by Ford in response to Enzo Ferrari's refusal to sell his company to Ford. The car was designed specifically for endurance racing, and it proved to be incredibly successful, winning the 24 Hours of Le Mans four times in a row from 1966 to 1969.
The Ferrari P4, on the other hand, was designed to compete with the GT40 and was also built for endurance racing. It featured a V12 engine and a lightweight chassis, making it a formidable opponent on the track.
When the GT40 and the P4 faced off on the race track, it was a battle of two of the most iconic racing cars of all time. The rivalry between Ford and Ferrari made the competition even more intense, and both cars were driven to the limit by their talented drivers. In the end, it was the GT40 that emerged victorious, winning the 24 Hours of Le Mans four years in a row and cementing its place in racing history.
Automotive hand painting in oil with incredible techniques. Available as high quality print on Giclée, 200 gsm / 80 lb museum-quality poster made on thick and long-lasting matte (uncoated) paper.
Available in 3 different sizes. The print will come with a white boarder.
Artist: Sune Envall