The Gavin MacLeod Collection - SHOP

Welcome to The Gavin MacLeod Collection Shop, where you can purchase any of the artwork featured in our iGallery. These paintings have to be viewed close up for final proof that they are NOT photographs.

Artwork inspired by motor racing legends Michael Schumacher, Damon Hill, Ayrton Senna and more. Purchase your high quality print today.

 

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Ayrton Senna wins his first Grand Prix, driving in the iconic John Player Special Lotus 97t with Renault V6 engine at Estoril (Portugal) 1985

FIRST VICTORY

Ayrton Senna wins his first GP, driving the iconic JPS Lotus 97t at Estoril. Painted 1996.

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Juan Manuel Fangio (1911-1995) at Silverstone in 1956, driving the Lancia-Ferrari

JUAN MANUEL FANGIO

Argentine legend driving the Scuderia Ferrari to victory at Silverstone in 1956.

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Ayrton Senna driving in his 162nd and final Grand Prix on 1st May 1994. Williams Renault FS16 V10.

IMOLA 1994

Ayrton Senna driving in his 162nd and final Grand Prix on 1st May 1994.

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Ayrton Senna wins his 41st and final Grand Prix during the Australian GP in Adelaide, 1993. Driving in the McLaren (Ford HBE7 V8) MP4/8

LAST VICTORY II

Ayrton Senna picks up his final race victory at the Australian GP in 1993.

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Hill wins the 1996 World Drivers Championship with nine poles and eight wins. Driving the Rothmans Williams FW18 V10

DAMON HILL WORLD CHAMP 1996

Hill wins the 1996 F1 Drivers' Championship with nine poles and eight wins.

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Senna tackles La Rasscasse corner and qualifies on pole at the 1990 Monaco GP. He won the race en route to his second Drivers Championship. McLaren Honda MP4/5B.

AYRTON SENNA 1990

Master of Monaco, Senna tackles La Rasscasse corner at the 1990 Monaco GP.

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Michael Schumacher wins his 16th GP for Ferrari at Monaco in 1999. Ferrari Scuderia F399.

ITALIAN PASSION

Michael Schumacher wins his 16th GP for Ferrari at Monaco in 1999.

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Damon Hill attempts to overtake Michael Schumacher at the title-deciding Adelaide GP in 1994

DOWN TO THE WIRE

Damon Hill attempts to overtake Schumacher at the title-deciding Adelaide GP 94.

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Michael Schumacher drives to his fourth World Drivers Championship title in 2001, winning by a record margin of 58 points including nine race victories. Ferrari Scuderia F2001.

WORLD CHAMPION 2001

Michael Schumacher drives to his fourth F1 Drivers Championship title in 2001.

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The Ferrari team undertake a pitstop at the 2000 United States Grand Prix at Indianapolis Motor Speedway. Michael Schumacher is the driver

SCARLET FEVER

The Ferrari team undertake a pitstop at the 2000 USGP at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

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Damon Hill gets his first victory since leaving Williams, reminding everyone of his undoubted talent by giving Eddie Jordan his first Grand Prix victory with a superb wet weather display at Spa. Jordan Mugen Honda 198.

BUZZIN HORNET

Damon Hill bags his final F1 race victory and a maiden win for Team Jordan - Spa 1998.

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Mika Häkkinen leads David Coulthard en route to the 1998 World Drivers' Championship. McLaren Mercedes MP4/13.

SILVER DREAM

Mika Häkkinen leads David Coulthard en route to his 1998 F1 world championship title.

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The winning No.26 car of Alan McNish, Stéphane Ortelli and Laurent Aeillo.

PORSCHE 911 GT1 98

Le Mans winning No.26 car of Alan McNish, Stéphane Ortelli and Laurent Aeillo.

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The No.45 car of Geoff Lees, Tiff Needell and George Fouché which retired after 21 laps in the third hour of the race having been crashed at Arnage by Fouché

LISTER STORM GTL

Newcastle United Lister Storm GTL- raced at Le Mans 1997.

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Lap 185, Indianapolis 500, 1993: Emerson Fittipaldi (No.4 - Marlboro Penske PC22) gets the drop on leader Nigel Mansell (5) who was caught napping, as will Arie Luyendyk after a full course yellow.

TIME TO GO RACING

Indy500, 1993: Emerson Fittipaldi gets the drop on leader Nigel Mansell who was caught napping.

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Cadillac celebrated its 100th birthday by releasing the completely redesigned, state-of-the-art LMP 02 race car. The American Le Mans Series No8 was driven by J J Lehto, Max Angelelli, Wayne Taylor and Christophe Tinseau throughout the series, with the team achieving one second-placed finish, three thirds and a fourth during the season.

CADILLAC NORTHSTAR LMP02

Driven by J J Lehto, Max Angelelli, Wayne Taylor and Christophe Tinseau.

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