This Cooper poster features the German Grand Prix (Grosser Preis von Deutschland) which returned to Nürburgring in 1961 after the fiasco of the AVUS circuit in Berlin a couple of years earlier. Starting second on the grid World Champion Jack Brabham, driving a Cooper-Climax, stormed into the lead from the start but spun off before completing the first lap. The race was eventually won by Stirling Moss driving a Lotus-Climax with Ferrari taking second and third places on the podium.
In this Nürburgring poster we employ a typically nineteen-sixties typeface and German national colours to emphasize its origins.
This is an original poster designed and illustrated by Bill Philpot.
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SIZE 1: 33½” x 24” (85cm x 61cm) £95.00 ($115.00 US, €109.00) incl p&p
SIZE 2: 27½” x 19¾” (70cm x 50cm) £80.00 ($97.00 US, €92.00) incl p&p
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