Peter Collins Racing Memorabilia1931 - 1958
Vintage 1951 photo, Peter Collins crashes with Cooper 500.
This is a vintage 1951 "The Motor" photo of Peter Collins crashing his F3 Cooper 500 at Brands Hatch.
It is quite a spectaculair shot and a great vintage piece of memorabilia of one of the most charismatic Ferrari drivers from the 1950's !
It is in good condition for its age and measures some 15.5 x 9.5 cm or 6 x 3.8 inches.
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Vintage 1958 photo of Peter Collins & Mike Hawthorn on Ferrari 246, GP of France.
This is a vintage 1958 photo of Peter Collins and Mike Hawthorn during the victory lap of Mike after winning the 1958 Grand Prix de France at Reims race track.
Mike scored a hatrick at this race with pole position, fastest lap and race win.
Peter Collins came in 5th.
It was the last race of Juan Manuel Fangio's career (4th on Maserati) and neither Peter Collins nor Mike Hawthorn would live to race at Reims again...
It measures approximately 18 x 13 cm or 7 x 5 inches and carries NO copyright stamp on the back.
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This is a vintage 1958 photo of Peter Collins in his Ferrari 246 ready for practice for the Grand Prix of Germany at The Nurburgring.
Peter qualified 4th. and was battling for the lead in the race when he clipped a bank, somersaulting the car at over 100 MPH over a hedge and down into a field. Collins was flung from the car. He died soon after in a hospital in Bonn of severe head trauma.
It measures approximately 4.75 x 6.75 inches.
Only 1 pc. available of course.
Vintage 1958 photo of Peter Collins German Grand Prix Nurburgring
Vintage Original 1956 24 Hours of Le Mans Program Autographed by Peter Collins and Ken Wharton.
Here we have a VERY special 1956 Le Mans program...
Apart from being quite a rarity in its own right, this one was signed on the cover by racing greats Peter Collins and Ken Wharton!
Peter Collins (1931 - 1958) was teamed up with Sterling Moss and the duo drove their Ecurie Ecosse entered Aston-Martin DB3 S to a second place overall, a mere 1 lap behind the winning Jaguar D-Type of Ron Flockhart and Ninian Sanderson.Peter signed the cover in pencil.
Ken Wharton (1916 - 1957) was teamed up with Jack Fairman in a works Jaguar D-Type but unfortunately, he never got to drive it in the race as Jack crashed the car already in lap 3...Ken signed the cover in blue ballpoint.
Neither of these two men would survive this race for more than 2,5 years and both would get killed in a Ferrari...
The booklet measures some 13 x 23.5 cm and contains 188 pages filled to the brim with information of the cars, the drivers, previous editions of the race, the track and of course great contemporary advertising.
It does have a fair amount of wear and tear, as can be seen in the photos, and yes, it would have been a lot more expensive if it was in mint condition...
The race was won by Ron Flockhart and Ninian Sanderson in their Jaguar D-Type with a total of 300 laps to their name.
For the full results of this race, please see 24 Heures du Mans results 1956.
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Vintage Original 1956 24 Hours of Le Mans Program Autographed by Peter Collins and Ken Wharton
Peter Collins Racing Memorabilia 1931 - 1958
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