Jody Scheckter Ferrari Memorabilia
Vintage 1980 Ferrari press release on the Grand Prix of Italy held at Imola.
Mentions that Gilles Villeneuve and Jody Scheckter will be driving the Ferrari 312 T5 as well as the spare car being a 312T5 and the experimental car was a 126 C.
Contains quotes by Enzo Ferrari, Mauro Forghieri, Marco Piccinini, Jody Scheckter and Gilles Villeneuve and a section on the "Sporting Point".
Also shows a map of the Imola track with the gear shifting points of Scheckter.
Issued before the race for the motoring press in Imola.
1 Sheet, double sided.
Factory original issue.
Available in Italian only.
Not contained in the press release but purely for your information:
Gilles Villeneuve qualified 8th with a time of 1.35.571Jody Scheckter qualified 16th with a time of 1.36.827
Gilles Villeneuve would get a puncture in lap 4 which ended his race.Jody Scheckter finished the race in 5th position, 1 lap behind winner Nelson Piquet.
1980 Ferrari Notiziario Press Release on the Grand Prix of Italy at Imola with Scheckter and Villeneuve
1979 Monaco Grand Prix Program Booklet.
The race was held on May 27, 1979 and was won by Jody Scheckter on Ferrari 312T4 who also set the pole position. Jody would of course go on to become the 1979 Formula One World Champion.
Fastest lap went to Patrick Depailler in the Ligier JS11.
Second place went to Clay Regazzoni on Williams while the podium was completed by Carlos Reutemann on Lotus.
It was also the very last race in the Formula One career of James Hunt.
Ferrari also entered a Ferrari 312 T4 for Gilles Villeneuve but Gilles suffered from transmission problems while in second place and failed to finish the race.
The multi-media drawing used for the cover was from the hand of Alain Giampaoli who was also responsible for the 1978 poster, the 1979 poster and later on also for the 1997 poster.
The production of the publicity material was again in the hands of the AIP advertising agency from Monte-Carlo.
The same image was used for the poster as well as for the Rules & Regulations booklet.
It measures some 15.5 x 23.5 cm or 6.1 x 9.25 inches and counts 88 pages.
We would call it in excellent, near mint, condition for its age but the photos are of the actual program that is up for sale here, so we invite you to be your own judge on its condition.
Only 1 available.
1979 Monaco Grand Prix Official Program
Original 1979 Zandvoort GP Race Poster.
Great art work showing John Watson's # 7 Mclaren M29.
The race was won by Alan Jones in his # 27 Williams FW07 while Jody Scheckter took second place with his Ferrari 312T4 and Gilles Villeneuve blew his left rear tire in SPECTACULAIR fashion!
Near mint condition with a small fold in the top left corner.
It measures some 42 x 57 cm or 16.5 x 22.5 inches.
Will be shipped, rolled, in a sturdy tube.
Vintage Original 1979 Zandvoort GP of the Netherlands Race Poster
Ferrari Le Mondiali F1 Championship Winning Cars Portfolio.
Contains 11 art prints of Ferrari Formula One Championship winning cars 1952 - 2001.
The backside of the prints lists the type of car, Engine configuration and victories.
The 11 cars contained in this set are:
Each print measures approximately 13 x 9 inches.
Ferrari Print Number 1697/01, issued in 2001.
Ferrari Le Mondiali F1 Championship Winning Cars Portfolio 1697/01
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