John Surtees (1934) - Ferrari F1 driver 1963 - 1966, 1964 F1 World Champion, photo: 1964 season
"Five Legends" - 1960 Monaco GP - dominant victory of Stirling Moss in Lotus 18 #28, second placed Bruce McLaren was behind by almost a minute.
Look at the spectators, so close to the track...
Autographed by five legendary Formula 1 drivers: the winner - Sir Stirling Moss, one of the greatest drivers of 50s never to win championship, Sir Jack Brabham - three times world champion , John Surtees - the only driver who won championship on two and four wheels (this is actually his first race in F1), Dan Gurney - one of the very few drivers winning the race driving the car of their own construction, and last but not least - Tony Brooks, another great driver of 50s who lost 1959 title by one point to Jack Brabham. (Brooks had all chances of winning the title in 1959... It all came to the last race US Grand Prix. Just fascinating.
This photo has travelled the world: UK, Australia, US, and then again twice to UK.
My most sincere gratitude to all drivers!
photo copyright: LAT Photographics
John Surtees (1934) - Ferrari F1 driver 1963 - 1966, 1964 F1 World Champion, photo: 1965 GP France, Clermont-Ferrand, finished 3rd
photo by Rainer Schlegelmilch
1963 Le Mans sport cars race: Drivers exchange at Ferrari pits under the eyes of Mauro Forghieri, John Surtees (GB) reports to overtaking Willy Mairesse (B)
photo autographed by Ferrari Chief Designer Mauro Forghieri and John Surtees - Ferrari F1 driver 1963 - 1966, 1964 F1 World Champion
John Surtees (1934) - Ferrari F1 driver 1963 - 1966, 1964 F1 World Champion, photo: 1964 Dutch GP, Ferrari 158 - 2nd
John Surtees (1934) - Ferrari F1 driver 1963 - 1966, 1964 F1 World Champion, photo: 1964 British GP , Brands Hatch, 11 July, John Surtees 3rd) Ferrari 158 leads Jack Brabham (4th) Brabham BT7
1965 Italian Grand Prix, held at Monza on September 12, 1965.
Jackie Stewart claimed his first win in a BRM 1-2 from a teammate Graham Hill.
Autographed by winner, triple world champion Sir Jackie Stewart and 1964 world champion John Surtees, who started 2nd, but retired on lap 34 with the failed clutch.
John Surtees (1934) - Ferrari F1 driver 1963 - 1966, 1964 F1 World Champion, photo: 1965 Monaco GP, 4th, Surtees's car is behind Bandini and Hill
John Surtees (1934) - Ferrari F1 driver 1963 - 1966, 1964 F1 World Champion, photo: 1966 Monaco GP, Ferrari 312/66, retired with transmission problem.
1968 British GP held at the Brands Hatch Circuit on July 20 - the race was won by Jo Siffert - this photo is autographed by Ferrari teammates Chris Amon (finished second) and Jacky Ickx (third), as well as John Surtees (seventh) and Jack Brabham (retired on the first lap with the engine trouble).
This was the highest finish for Chris Amon, perhaps the best driver never to win a Grand Prix.
Legendary 1967 Italian GP - John Surtees driving Honda RA300 wins by mere 0.2 sec from Jack Brabham in Brabham-Repco BT 24
1964 British Grand Prix at Brands Hatch, 11 July, 1st lap - Jack Brabham started and finished 4th, behind winner Jim Clark, second placed Graham Hill and third John Surtees.
Autographed by Jack Brabham and John Surtees
1965 German GP at Nürburgring - autographed by both John Surtees and Mauro Forghieri. Surtees retired on lap 11 with gearbox failure; classified 9th.
photo by Lothar Spurzem
1965 Italian GP - atographed by Sir Jackie Stewart - this is his maiden victory and John Surtees (retired)
John Surtees giving a lift to Jim Clark at the 1965 French GP
1965 Belgian GP - autographed by a winner John Surtees.
Just look at this photo - straw bales on the left, spectators on the right, and no runoff areas... crazy
John Surtees (1934), Ferrari F1 driver: 1963 – 1966, F1 World Champion – 1964, photo – 1965 season, car: Ferrari 158
1960 Monaco GP - John Surtees, driving Lotus 18 at his first Grand Prix race.
Surtees started 15th and retired on lap 17 with failed transmission
1965 Monaco GP - John Surtees, Ferrari follows BRM of Graham Hill and Ferrari of Lorenzo Bandini.
Surtees qualified 2nd, but retired on lap 34 with broken clutch.
1965 British GP - John Surtees - Ferrari (finished 3rd), Jackie Stewart - BRM (finished 5th), Richie Ginther - Honda (retired on lap 26)
1967 German GP, Nurburgring - John Surtees, Honda Honda RA273, finished 4th.
1968 Spanish GP at Jarama Circuit - John Surtees, Honda RA301, retired
1968 US Grand Prix at the Watkins Glen Grand Prix Race Course in Watkins Glen, New York. It was the eleventh round of the 1968 Formula One season.
Autographed by John Surtees, driving Honda RA301,
he finished 3rd, though one lap behind the winner - Jackie Stewart.
1969 South African GP at Kyalami Circuit - John Surtees, driving BRM P138 for the Owen Racing Organisation.
Surtees started 18th, and retired on lap 40 with failed engine.
Surtees - 1964 photo from magazine
14 x 20cm
John Surtees, Ferrari F1 driver: 1963 – 1966, F1 World Champion – 1964, photo – Ferrari 158,
1964 German GP – winner
13 x 18cm