Lorenzo Bandini Ferrari Memorabilia1935 - 1967
Lorenzo Bandini signed B&W photo, taken at the 1963 Solitude Rennen in Germany.
This relatively small photo.
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.
Only 1 available of course as every autographed item is unique and we provide a Certificate of Authenticity with it which guarantees that this is a genuine signature.
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Vintage 1963 Lorenzo Bandini signed Solitude Rennen photo (BRM)
Vintage 1963 photo of Ferrari 250P S/N 0814 at Le Mans - Race Winner !
This is a vintage 1963 photo of the Ferrari factory entered Ferrari 250P which was driven to victory by Lorenzo Bandini and Ludovico Scarfiotti at the 24 hours of Le Mans.
The car covered a total of 339 laps.
The car, Chassis Number 0814, burned out in 1966 at St. Jovite - Mont Tremblant and was damaged severely. Nowadays it is the center point of of historical and legal controversy during its "restoration".
The photo measures some 22 x 16 cm or 9 x 6 inches and is in mint condition.
The back carries the photographer's stamp.
This is a vintage print, i.e. printed shortly after the original image was captured on film.
Only 1 available.
Vintage 1963 photo of Ferrari 250P S/N 0814 at Le Mans Race Winner
This is a vintage 1963 photo of the Ferrari factory entered Ferrari 250P, which was driven to victory by Lorenzo Bandini and Ludovico Scarfiotti at the 24 hours of Le Mans, taking off into the night after a pit stop.
The car, Chassis Number 0814, burned out in 1966 at St. Jovite - Mont Tremblant and was damaged severely. Nowadays it is the center point of historical and legal controversy during its "restoration".
The photo measures some 24 x 18 cm or 9.5 x 7 inches and is in mint condition.
The photo measures some 24 x 16 cm or 9.5 x 6.3 inches and is in mint condition.
The back carries NO photographer's stamp.
Vintage 1963 Le Mans 24 Hours 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.
Vintage Original 1963 Le Mans Qualifying Poster
Vintage 1964 Photo of Ferrari 275P S/N 0822, crashed at the Nurburgring 1000KM.
This is a vintage 1964 photo of the Ferrari 275 of John Surtees and Lorenzo Bandini after it had lost its left rear wheel while in the lead of the Nurburgring 1000 KM race.
John Surtees had first set the fastest lap in the race and the duo was leading the race, on their way to an almost certain victory when the left rear wheel became undone and made the car crash.
In the picture, you can see the car and the strange skid marks it had left on the road surface and the loose rear wheel being tucked away in the cabin.
The car was raced a couple of times more (amongst which the 1964 24 Hours of Le Mans) by the factory before it ended up in private hands.
It now seems to reside in France.
The photo measures some 24 x 18 cm or 9 x 7 inches, is in near mint condition and carries NO copyright notice.
Vintage 1964 photo of Ferrari 275P / 330P S/N 0822 at the Nurburgring 1000 KM
Vintage 1964 24 Hours of Le Mans Race Program.
The cover shows the start of the 1963 race with plenty of Ferraris hurtling down the start-finish straight towards the Dunlop Bridge.
It measures some 21 x 27 cm and counts 112 pages which are filled to the brim with information on the cars, the race and of course great period advertising.
The booklets also served as a ticket in the grand prize draw and, consequently, they were individually numbered with this being number 009204 but it might be a little late to claim your prize now...
It is in very good condition for its age and carries some notes on the individual contenders on the lap sheet.
The race itself was won by Jean Guichet & Nino Vaccarella in their # 20 Ferrari 275P (S/N 0816) with a total of 4695 KM to their name.
For the full results of this race, please see 24 Heures du Mans results 1964.
Vintage 1964 24 Hours of Le Mans Program Booklet
Vintage 1964 European Grand Prix Program Package.
This is a rare surviving set from 1964...
This is the COMPLETE package as sold at brands Hatch on July 11, 1964 during the European Grand Prix!
The set consists of the following:
An incredible set and a true time capsule! This is EXACTLY how you would have bought it at the track more than 43 years ago!
Ferrari entered 2 Ferraris 156 Aero for Lorenzo Bandini and John Surtees. Surtees finished 3rd behind winner Jim Clark on Lotus and Graham Hill on BRM, Bandini brought his car home in 5th place.
Only 1 set available.
Vintage 1964 European Grand Prix Program Package
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.
Vintage 1965 photo of Ferrari Dino 166P S/N 0834 - Lorenzo Bandini - Nurburgring 1000 KM.
This is a vintage 1965 photo of the factory entered Ferrari Dino 166P, serialnumber 0834, driven by Lorenzo Bandini and Nino Vaccarella en route to 4th place overall in the 1965 Nurburgring 1000 KM race.
The gentlemen gunned this 1600cc pocket rocket so fast around the Nurburgring track during the 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 in question survives to this day and now resides in the UK.
The photo measures some 17.5 x 13 cm or 7 x 5 inche.
It is in good condition with a small fold in the left bottom corner.
Vintage 1965 photo of Ferrari 275P2 # 0832 - Lorenzo Bandini - Giampiero Biscaldi - 24 Heures du Mans.
This is a vintage 1965 photo of the factory entered Ferrari 275P2, S/N 0832, driven by Lorenzo Bandini and Giampiero Biscaldi en route to a DNF due to valve problems in the 1965 24 Hours of Le Mans.
The car in question was upgraded to 365 P2 configuration in early 1966 and sold on to Scuderia Filipinetti and then on to Venezuela. It was crashed heavily during the 1966 Nassau Speed Week and rebuilt in the 1990's. It now seems to reside in the USA.
The photo measures some 17.5 x 13 cm or 7 x 5 inches.
It is in mint condition.
Vintage 1965 photo of Lorenzo Bandini at Le Mans.
This is a vintage photo of Lorenzo Bandini in the paddock of the 24 Heures du Mans prior to the 1965 race in somewhat humbler transportation than one would expect... a Peugeot 404 Berline in this case (presumably a rental as the license plates shows it is registered in Paris).
In the background we see the trucks of Maranello Concessionaires from England with the Ferrari 250 LM (S/N 5895) still on top of it.
Lorenzo would drive the Ferrari factory entered Ferrari 275P2 (S/N 0832) together with Giampiero Biscaldi but unfortunately had to retire the car after 221 laps with valve problems.
The photo measures some 12.5 x 9 cm or 5 x 3.5 inches.
1965 Photo of Lorenzo Bandini - Grand Prix Italy - Monza - HUGE !
This is a HUGE vintage 1965 photo of Lorenzo Bandini in his Ferrari 512 being cheered on by the marshals after achieving 4th place (& highest place Italian driver AND highest place Ferrari driver!).
This is a very large format photo (actually too big to fit onto our scanner) which measures some 30 x 24 cm or 12 x 9.5 inches.
It is in excellent condition bar a small fold in the left bottom corner which will be virtually invisible once properly framed and matted.
It carries the photographer's stamp on the back.
1965 Photo of Lorenzo Bandini - Ferrari 512 - Grand Prix Italy - Monza - HUGE !
Vintage 1965 Monaco Grand Prix Press Release.
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.
Vintage 1965 Monaco Grand Prix Press Release
1965 Lorenzo Bandini signed Ferrari Postcard.
This official Ferrari factory issued postcard from 1965 of a portrait of Lorenzo Bandini has been signed by Bandini himself on the back at Christmas 1965.
Lorenzo wrote on the back: "Auguri Natale 1965" + his signature.
The card is in decent condition but does have a few wrinkles as visible in the scan.
1965 Lorenzo Bandini signed Ferrari Postcard
B&W poster of Lorenzo Bandini on Ferrari 246 during the 1966 Grand Prix of Monaco.
Lorenzo qualified 5th but managed to squeeze a second place out of the race and also set the fastest lap.
It shows an unforgettable image of Lorenzo coming out of the tunnel.
Image by Alois Rottensteiner.
24 x 16 inches.
Will be shipped rolled in a sturdy tube.
B&W poster of Lorenzo Bandini on Ferrari 246 during the 1966 Monaco Grand Prix
Vintage 1967 Photo of Lorenzo Bandini and Chris Amon being congratulated by Miss Firebird 1967, Edwina Winkie Louise at the Daytona 24 Hours 1967.
This is a fantastic vintage 1967 photo Lorenzo Bandini (& Chris Amon) after having won the 1967 Daytona 24 Hours and both gentlemen look remarkably fresh after such an exhausting race.
The duo won the race in their Ferrari 330 P3/4 S/N 0846 and Ferrari would score their illustrious 1-2-3 victory with all three cars crossing the finish line almost simultaneously.
The photo measures some 25 x 20 cm or 10 x 8 inches including the white border as shown, is in near mint condition and carries no references towards the photographer on the back.
Our thanks goes to David Hayes for identifying Edwina Winkie Louise in this photograph who would otherwise been known for ever as "the unknown blond woman". Thank you David!
Vintage 1967 Photo of Lorenzo Bandini and Chris Amon with Edwina Winkie Louise at Daytona 24 Hours 1967
This is an extremely scarce Item.
This is an ORIGINAL Death Notice card of Lorenzo Bandini.
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 rumored 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.
Original 1967 Lorenzo Bandini Death Notice Obituary Card
Vintage 1967 color slide of Lorenzo Bandini in his very last lap at the Monaco Grand Prix on May 7, 1967.
In this picture we see Lorenzo heading towards the Portier turn in lap 87 of the Grand Prix.
An Italian team leader at Ferrari, Bandini was under considerable pressure to perform. At Monaco in 1967 he was lying second late in the race. On lap 82 of the scheduled 100, probably due to fatigue, Bandini misjudged his entry to the harbour front chicane. The Ferrari clipped some straw bales and overturned, on fire and with Bandini trapped inside.
The raging inferno made rescue difficult, a situation not helped by a TV helicopter fanning the flames from above. Eventually, Bandini was removed and taken to the Princess Grace Hospital, terribly burned. He held onto life for three days before eventually succumbing. In a cruel postscript, Bandini’s wife, expecting the couple’s first child, suffered a miscarriage. An estimated 100,000 people attended Bandini's funeral.
Since this is the original slide, it comes including the copyright so the buyer is free to reproduce it, also for commercial purposes!
Vintage 1967 Color Slide - Monaco Grand Prix - Lorenzo Bandini's last lap !
Lorenzo Bandini Ferrari Memorabilia 1935 - 1967
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