How do you fancy owning this exclusive signed photo of Sir Stirling Moss that captures the legendary British driver quenching his thirst having just won the 1957 British Grand Prix?

This unusual scene shows Sir Stirling's muddied face, broken only by the goggle-shaped patch around his eyes, and the throngs of supporters around him. It's certainly not something you'd see today thanks to numerous rules and regulations!

The race itself was also a momentous occasion, as it marked the first time that a British-built car won a world championship race at a home grand prix. In fact, the drive that day was shared between Moss and Tony Brooks and they divided the eight points for the win between them, and the car of course was a Vanwall.

Grand Prix Legends tracked down the publisher of this print and then asked Sir Stirling if he would sign a limited edition of 100 examples and he agreed. There will only ever be 100 examples of this print, which measures 28 x 42 cm.

This piece of artwork captures the glory days of British racing, and would be an excellent addition to any historic F1 fan's collection.

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