This art work features the first modern Grand Prix racing car – Delage 2LCV. It was agile, nimble and powerful due to the 2 liter V12 engine it was equiped with. The car debuted in 1923 French Grand Prix impressing both Ettore Bugatti and Enzo Ferrari. Next season was more successful for the team of Delage and its 2LCV racer but the car was victorious not until season 1925. 5 examples of Delage 2LCV were made during the three seasons of racing. Despite it made Enzo Ferrari fall in love with V12 engines, it paved the future for the Delage Company and was victorious with the 1927 championship title. Now you can have this significant racing car from the inauguration years of Grand Prix competitions on a beautiful artprint created by Yahn Yanou.