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FERRARI CLASSICS – 500 Mondial – 1955

“Ferrari 500 Mondial – 1955”

Acrylic on paper
76 x 56 cm
(c) João Saldanha 2017

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FERRARI CLASSICS – 250 GTO – 1962

“Ferrari 250 GTO – 1962”

Acrylic and oil on canvas
100 x 100 cm
(c) João Saldanha 2017

FERRARI CLASSICS – 158 F1 – 1964

“John Surtees in a Ferrari 158 F1 – 1964”

Watercolor and acrylic on paper
70 x 50 cm
(c) João Saldanha 2015

FERRARI CLASSICS – 330 P4 – 1967

“Ferrari 330 P4 – Le Mans 24 Hours – 1967”

Acrylic on paper
76 x 56 cm
(c) João Saldanha 2017

MACAU GP LEGENDS – Ayrton Senna – 1983

“Ayrton Senna wins the 1983 Macau Grand Prix”

Acrylic on canvas
100 x 56 cm
2016

After having won the British F3 Championship and just before ascending to Formula 1 Ayrton Senna from Brasil took part in the first international F3 race in the Guia Circuit. Senna didn´t know the circuit and arrived at Macau just the day before the begining of the practice sessions but all this didn´t stop him from getting the pole-position in front of a more experienced Roberto Guerrero. Racing for local entrepeneur Teddy Yip´s Theodore Racing in a Ralt RT3-Toyota so familiar to him the brasilian rising star was always in command keeping a good distance to Roberto Guerrero. Here Senna goes thru the Lisboa Hotel bend with it´s notorius bird cage walls of chinese inspiration.

MACAU GP LEGENDS – Race of Giants – 1978

“Race of Giants”

Acrylic on canvas
80 x 40 cm
2016

In the 1978 event a special race was organized to celebrate the 25th Aniversary of the Macau Grand Prix and some of the world´s best drivers of that time, including 4 World Champions and all raced identical Zakspeed Ford Escort.

MACAU GP LEGENDS – John Macdonald – 1973

“John Macdonald wins the 1973 Macau Grand Prix”

Acrylic on canvas
80 x 70 cm
2016

The british driver from Hong Kong is the only one to have won the Macau Grand Prix in the event three categories, the Grand Prix (1965,1972,1973 e 1975) the Motorcycling Grand Prix (1969) and the Guia Race (1972) wich granted him the title of “King of Macau”.

Here Macdonald arrives at the Lisboa Hotel bend after the long and fast main straight.