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Joel Clark

Ferrari 250 GTO 1962

Ferrari 250 GTO 1962

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Ferrari 250 GTO is undoubtedly a masterpiece of automotive engineering art. It is so rare, so beautiful and so successful in motorsports during the '60s that it receives the status of a legend.

Ferrari 250 GTO is the ultimate automotive masterpiece

The story of 250 GTO is pretty exciting. When Jaguar E-Type is launched in mid-March 1961 it causes lots of concern in Ferrari headquarters at Maranello. The elegant, yet fast British coupe is a direct smack in the face of Ferrari. At that time Ferrari 250 GT SWB is the manufacturer's racing star. The debut of E-Type suggests that the 250 GT has a pretty strong contender. This is how the story of one of the last capable front-engined racing cars starts.

Enzo Ferrari appoints Giotto Bizzarini to the role of Ferrari 250 GTO project manager. At that time, Bizzarini has just eight years of engineering experience. He receives the 250 GT SWB chassis to use as a test mule and the work begins.

First, Bizzarini changes the rear suspension by using coil springs over the rear suspension`s shocks. Next, he moves the V12 engine far behind the front wheels in order to achieve an optimal centre of gravity. This solution is helpful in terms of aerodynamics because it significantly reduces the frontal area, hence the aerodynamic drag.



Ferrari 250 GTO Targa Florio Enzo Ferrari


Only 39 Ferrari 250 GTO are created between 1962 and 1964. 33 of them are Series I, three are Series II bodywork that look similar to Ferrari 250 LM and three are Ferrari 330 GTO specials with a larger engine.

Enzo Ferrari successfully and shamelessly cheats the FIA officials who need to make sure the car has over 100 examples, an obligatory rule for the GT homologation. Ferrari 250 GTO racing debut is at 12 Hours of Sebring in 1962 with Phil Hill behind the wheel. He finishes second, after the Ferrari prototype Testa Rossa of Bonnier and Scarfiotti. So it isn't surprising that Ferrari wins the GT titles in 1962, 1963 and 1964.

Fine art print on 240gsm bright white matte paper. Signed and limited to 100 editions of each size. Taken from the hand-cut vinyl original artwork.

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Joel Clark

His love of Motorsport, and anything-on-wheels, stretches back to childhood and growing up near to Silverstone. Joel`s father would take him to vintage race meets throughout the 80's, resulting in his obsession with cars and bikes Upon leaving school, Joel took a job designing and making vinyl stickers for race teams, with a Sign maker based at the circuit. This is where he learnt the skill of ‘hand-cutting’ vinyl.

However Joel soon decided to go to Art College and 6 years later, left to pursue a career as a Creative in Advertising - working in some of the world’s biggest agencies. Since leaving Advertising in 2014, he has now gone full-circle and returned to the unique skill Joel learnt back at Silverstone in 1990.

Now he hands cut the vinyl to create artworks of cars. This use of vinyl gives Joel`s original pieces a totally unique finish to that of the actual car he is depicting. And when applied to helmets and body-panels, the results turn real objects into surreal pop art sculptures. Up to date, Joel Clark is the only artist using hand cut vinyl as a medium – therefore his artworks are a truly unique and original offering.

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Shipping times depend on your location and the shipping method chosen during checkout.

Standard shipping within the EU usually takes 3-7 business days, while air shipping may take longer, up to 10 work days.

Since our prints are made on-demand, production times can vary. On average, it takes about 2-3 business days for production.

What materials are used?

We use high-quality materials to ensure the best possible results.

For fine art prints, we use 285 gsm German Etching Hahnemühle art paper.

Poster prints are typically printed on durable, 180 gsm heavyweight paper with a slight satin finish.

What sizes are available?

Our art prints come in various sizes to accommodate different needs and display options. 

Popular sizes include 20x14 inches, 28x20 inches, and 40x28 inches. 

These prints tend to be on the larger side and are compatible with most ready-to-use frames.

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We provide a 60-day, no-questions-asked return policy for all print products, unless otherwise specified on the item. To be eligible for an exchange or refund, the products must be in the same condition as when they were received.

If you wish to initiate a return or exchange, please contact us via email. For more comprehensive information, please visit our dedicated Return Policy page on our website

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