Niki Lauda Racing Memorabilia
Niki Lauda Racing Memorabilia

Lauda, Niki

Niki Lauda Autographed Items and Racing Memorabilia
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Niki Lauda Racing Memorabilia

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Original 1974 Monaco Grand Prix Poster - Limited Edition

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Original 1974 Monaco Grand Prix Poster - Limited Edition

Newly arrived Original 1974 Monaco Grand Prix Poster - Limited Edition

Original 1974 Monaco Grand Prix Race Poster which was held on May 26, 1974 in the streets of Monte-Carlo.

This is one of the original posters that was actually hanging in the Principality of Monaco to advertise the 1974 Monaco Grand Prix.

Each year, the ACM (Automobile Club de Monaco, organizing body of the Monaco Grand Prix) issues a limited number of posters and distributes these amongst the hotels, cafés, restaurants and shops of Monte-Carlo with the intention that the shopkeepers etc actually display the posters to actually advertise the event.

To prevent these posters from being sold before the event, and thus rendering them useless as a publicity tool, these are usually marked with a text and in this case even a serial number!

In the middle of the "white" bottom border, it is marked "TIRAGE HORS COMMERCE . EXEMPLAIRE No 01114" which translates into as much as "Non-Commercial Edition . Copy number 01114".

Naturally, these posters are much more rare than the "normal" event posters which could be bought by the public before and during the race.

This particular one is one of those rare limited edition posters and has seen some proper use, which is visible in the photo. It has scratches, folds and nicks to it.

So, it is most definitely NOT in mint condition!

The photos are of the actual poster that is up for sale here, so please be your own judge on its condition but note that there is a fair degree of "camera glare" in the pictures due to the glossy finish of the poster.

The poster, produced by Edition J. Ramel in Nice, France, shows a fantastic, and very artistic, photo-montage of Emerson Fittipaldi's Lotus 72E, on his way to winning the 1973 edition, against a backdrop of the principality and its Mediterranean harbor and coastline. The photos are by photographer Bob Martin.

The race was won by Ronnie Peterson (Lotus), ahead of Jody Scheckter (Tyrrell) with Jean-Pierre Jarrier on Shadow completing the podium.

The poster measures some 62 x 42 cm or 24.4 x 16.5 inches.

Only 1 (one) available.

We offer FREE shipping to ANY destination in the world on this item but given its value, we advise you to take the optional insurance (available at check-out) on it.

Original 1974 Monaco Grand Prix Poster - Limited Edition

Vintage 1977 Color Slide of Niki Lauda on Ferrari 312T2 Grand Prix Italy at Monza

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Vintage 1977 Color Slide of Niki Lauda on Ferrari 312T2 Grand Prix Italy at Monza

Vintage 1977 Niki Lauda - Ferrari 312T2 - Grand Prix Italy - Monza.

This is an original 1977 color slide of Niki Lauda his # 11 Ferrari 312 T2 enroute to 2nd place overall in the 1977 Italian Grand Prix at the Autodromo di Monza.

Possession of this slide includes the copyright which means that you are free to reproduce it, also on a commercial basis!

It is of professional quality.

It is a 35 mm slide and of course in color.

Only 1 available.

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Vintage 1977 Color Slide of Niki Lauda on Ferrari 312T2 Grand Prix Italy at Monza

Original 1978 Monaco Grand Prix Poster Limited Edition

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Original 1978 Monaco Grand Prix Poster Limited Edition

New arrival 1978 Monaco Grand Prix Poster Limited Edition

Original 1978 Monaco Grand Prix Poster "Hors Commerce".

Here we have a poster that is one of the original posters that was intended to be hanging in the Principality of Monaco to advertise the 1983 Monaco Grand Prix (but given its condition, we doubt if it ever got that far...).

The poster shows an artist's impression of an imaginary race down the start-finish straight with a Ferrari leading the pack, followed by Fittipaldi, a Tyrrell six-wheeler and a Brabham Alfa Romeo.

The multi-media drawing was from the hand of Alain Giampaoli who was also responsible for the 1979 poster and later on also for the 1997 poster.

The production of the poster was again in the hands of the AIP advertising agency from Monte-Carlo.

Each year, the ACM (Automobile Club de Monaco, organizing body of the Monaco Grand Prix) issues a limited number of posters and distributes these amongst the hotels, cafés, restaurants and shops of Monte-Carlo with the intention that the shopkeepers etc actually display the posters to advertise the event.

To prevent these posters from being sold before the event, and thus rendering them useless as a publicity tool, these are usually marked with a text on the back.

The 1978 edition is marked in red with the text "EXEMPLAIRE NON DESTINE A LA VENTE" (see photo).

Naturally, these posters are much more rare than the "normal" event posters which could be bought by the public before and during the race.

This particular one is one of those rare limited edition posters and has seen no apparent use so was probably "smuggled" out of the way or the intended shopkeeper was simply too lazy to put it up...

Although we are usually very cautious with descriptions like "MINT CONDITION!", especially when it concerns items of this age, this poster comes VERY close to that condition.

However, the photographs are of the actual poster up for sale here so please judge its condition for yourself.

It measures some 40 x 64 cm or 16 x 25 inches.

The race was held on May 7 1978 and won by Patrick Depailler (Tyrrell Ford), his first Grand Prix win ever, ahead of Niki Lauda (Brabham Alfa Romeo) and Jody Scheckter (Wolf Ford) completing the podium.

Only 1 (one) available.

This poster will be shipped rolled, in a sturdy tube.

We offer FREE shipping to ANY destination in the world on this item but given its value, we advise you to take the optional insurance (available at check-out) on it.

Original 1978 Monaco Grand Prix Poster Limited Edition

Official 1979 Monaco Grand Prix Program

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Official 1979 Monaco Grand Prix Program

1979 Monaco Grand Prix Program Booklet.

The race was held on May 27, 1979 and was won by Jody Scheckter on Ferrari 312T4 who also set the pole position. Jody would of course go on to become the 1979 Formula One World Champion.

Fastest lap went to Patrick Depailler in the Ligier JS11.

Second place went to Clay Regazzoni on Williams while the podium was completed by Carlos Reutemann on Lotus.

It was also the very last race in the Formula One career of James Hunt.

The multi-media drawing used for the cover was from the hand of Alain Giampaoli who was also responsible for the 1978 poster, the 1979 poster and later on also for the 1997 poster.

The production of the publicity material was again in the hands of the AIP advertising agency from Monte-Carlo.

The same image was used for the poster as well as for the Rules & Regulations booklet.

It measures some 15.5 x 23.5 cm or 6.1 x 9.25 inches and counts 88 pages.

Excellent, near mint, condition for its age.

Only 1 available.

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Official 1979 Monaco Grand Prix Program

1979 Monaco Grand Prix Rules and Regulations Booklet

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1979 Monaco Grand Prix Rules and Regulations Booklet

1979 Monaco Grand Prix Rules & Regulations Booklet.
(NOT to be confused with a program booklet!)

The race was held on May 27, 1979 and was won by Jody Scheckter on Ferrari 312T4 who also set the pole position. Jody would of course go on to become the 1979 Formula One World Champion.

Fastest lap went to Patrick Depailler in the Ligier JS11.

Second place went to Clay Regazzoni on Williams while the podium was completed by Carlos Reutemann on Lotus.

It was also the very last race in the Formula One career of James Hunt.

The multi-media drawing used for the cover was from the hand of Alain Giampaoli who was also responsible for the 1978 poster, the 1979 poster and later on also for the 1997 poster.

The production of the publicity material was again in the hands of the AIP advertising agency from Monte-Carlo.

The same image was used for the poster and program as well as for this Rules & Regulations booklet.

It measures some 15.5 x 23.5 cm or 6.1 x 9.25 inches and counts 56 pages.

Excellent, near mint, condition for its age.

Only 1 available.

FREE packing, handling & shipping to ANY destination in the world !

1979 Monaco Grand Prix Rules and Regulations Booklet

Mounted set of valves from Niki Lauda's McLaren MP1/4B South Africa 1982

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Mounted set of valves from Niki Lauda's McLaren MP1/4B South Africa 1982

Mounted set of valves from Niki Lauda's McLaren MP1/4B South Africa 1982.

Here we have a set of polished and chromed valves (inlet and outlet) from the Ford Cosworth DFV engine with which he came in 4th in the 1982 Grand Prix of South Africe.

After Ron Dennis had lured Niki back out of "retirement", this Grand Prix was Niki's very first after his voluntary 2,5 year "sabbatical".

It was to be a controversial Grand Prix as Niki headed the so-called "driver's strike" against the new superlicense conditions.

It was also Niki's first outing in the then still very radical McLaren MP4 which was the first carbon fibre F1 car and more than a handful to drive (it earned Niki's predecessor Andrea de Cesaris his nickname "De Crasheris"...).

In the end, Niki drove his MP4 home in a leisurely fourth overall, just outside the podium.

These valves come from his engine and were polished, chromed and mounted for the now defunct establishment called Grand Prix Sportique in Tetbury, UK.

The wholes stands some 13 cm or a good 5 inches tall while the pedestal measures some 5 cm or 2 inches in diameter. It is quite a heavy and very decorative set.

Only 1 available.

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Mounted set of valves from Niki Lauda's McLaren MP1/4B South Africa 1982

1982 Swiss GP Race Poster Vintage Original

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1982 Swiss GP Race Poster Vintage Original

Original 1982 Swiss GP Race Poster.

Shows an artist's impression of Eddie Cheever's Ligier Gitanes JS19 Matra.

The race was won by Keke Rosberg in his # 6 Williams FW08 ahead of Alain Prost in his # 15 Renault RE30B and Niki Lauda in his # 8 McLaren MP4-1B.

Near mint condition but has been folded vertical (original fold!).

The Swiss Grand Prix was only held from 1950 - 1954 at the Bremgarten racetrack and following the huge disaster at Le Mans in June 1955, the authorities in Switzerland banned ALL racing on closed circuits!

The Swiss Grand Prix was revived for 1982, for which this is the official poster, and it was held at the Dijon-Prenois racetrack in France.

Unfortunately, it would remain a one-time revival...

It measures some 23 x 16 inches or 60 x 37.5 cm.

Only 1 available.

We offer FREE shipping to ANY destination in the world also on this item but, given its value, we advise you to take the optional insurance on it.

1982 Swiss GP Race Poster Vintage Original