Lorenzo Bandini Autographed Items and Racing Memorabilia1935 - 1967
This is an extremely scarce Item.
Only a few selected friends of the family received this card in 1967.
Lorenzo was Enzo Ferrari's "Golden Boy" in the 1960's and is even rumoured to be the cause of the break-up between Ferrari and John Surtees.
Lorenzo died after having suffered severe burns to his body during his horrible crash in the 1967 Monaco Grand Prix at the age of 31. Lorenzo drove a Ferrari 312 when he lost control over the car in the chicane after which the car caught fire. Lorenzo died three days later in hospital.
It measures approximately 20.5 x 10.5 cm or 8.5 x 4 inches and opens up to 20.5 x 21 cm or 8.5 x 8 inches.
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Lorenzo Bandini signed B&W photo, taken at the 1963 Solitude Rennen in Germany.
This relatively small photo is printed on card stock-like paper.
The photo shows Bandini in his "Italian Red" BRM P578 with which he would finish 4th in the race.
The photo was taken by Jochen Gruber and he confirmed to us that he took this picture in 1963 and had Bandini sign it for him the next year, 1964, again at the Solitude Rennen. In 1964 Bandini attended the race with his team mate John Surtees, both Ferrari factory drivers at that time.
It is a small photo card, measuring some 3.75 x 2.8 inches and has been signed in ballpoint on the front side.
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Lorenzo Bandini signed 1963 Solitude Rennen photo on BRM
Vintage 1963 24 Heures du Mans Qualifying Poster.
April 6 & 7, 1963.
38 x 60 cm.15 x 23.5 inches.
Mint condition for its age.
This poster advertised the "3eme Criterium International de Vitesse Motocycliste 300 - 500 cc" which was of course a motorcycle race AND the tests / qualifying sessions for the upcoming 24 Heures du Mans.
The artwork shows an artist impression (by Beligond) of a motorcycle racing side by side with a Ferrari sportscar.
The race itself was won by Lorenzo Bandini and Ludovico Scarfiotti in their Nr 21 Ferrari 250 P (S/N 0814) with a total of 339 laps to their name.
For the full results of this race, please see 24 Heures du Mans results 1963.
This poster will be shipped, rolled, in a sturdy tube to prevent damage in transit.
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Vintage Original 1963 Le Mans Qualifying Poster
Vintage 1965 (LARGE !) photograph of Lorenzo Bandini testing Dino 166P S/N 0834 at Modena Track.
This is a vintage April 1965 photo of the famous Ferrari Dino 166P (S/N 0834) being tested by Scuderia Ferrari factory driver Lorenzo Bandini at Modena race track prior to its first race outing.
Judging by the brake dust on the front wheel, Lorenzo had already put a couple of laps on it when this photo was taken.
About a month later, Nino Vaccarella and the same Lorenzo Bandini would gun this 1600cc pocket rocket so fast around the Nurburgring track during the 1965 1000KM race that both officials and competitors had a hard time believing that this was actually a 1600cc car and under the watchful eye of the race commissioners the engine was taken apart after the race to verify its displacement!
The car was later "chopped" to Barchetta specification and succesfully entered in various hillclimb events and giving Ludovico Scarfiotti the 1965 European hillclimb championship.
The car survives to this day and seems to reside in the UK.
This LARGE photo measures some 30 x 20 cm or 11.8 x 7.9 inches and is in very good condition.
The back carries NO references to a possible photographer.
This is a vintage photo, i.e. it was printed shortly after the image was captured on film.
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Vintage 1965 Press Release - Monaco Grand Prix.
This is a vintage official press release that preceded the 1965 Monaco Grand Prix.
It was issued by the Press Center of Monaco and counts 18 pages which elaborate on the upcoming race and historical data.
Ferrari's Lorenzo Bandini worked his Ferrari 512 up from a 4th place on the grid to second place overall at 1 minute behind race winner Graham Hill on BRM. John Surtees managed a 4th place with his Ferrari 158 even though he ran out of fuel on the last lap.
1) Graham Hill - BRM P2612) Lorenzo Bandini - Ferrari 15123) Jackie Stewart - BRM P261
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Vintage 1965 Monaco Grand Prix Press Release
Lorenzo Bandini Autographed Items and Racing Memorabilia
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