‘Monaco Muletto’ - Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Monza

‘Monaco Muletto’ - Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Monza

‘Monaco Muletto’ Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Monza Muletto Chassis #2111039 Artwork available in Limited Edition Print 17 Apr 1932 Monte Carlo - Monaco Grand Prix Alfa Corse team entered 4 cars into the race, driven by Italians; Borzacchini, Campari, Nuvolari & sole German; Rudi Caracciola. As Caracciola was German, and with Campari in particular not wanting him in the team, his car was painted white, whilst the others remained in red. Italian Tazio Nuvolari eventually won the race, but after a very close battle with Caracciola, who was just edged out by 2.8sec at the chequered flag. The car was originally Sold for 35000 Lira (£30) to Count Felice Trossi (president of Scuderia Ferrari) before becoming part of the Alfa Corse racing fleet.

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Motorsport Artwork from Automotive Designer; Pete Clarke. Artwork created using mixed techniques including pencil sketch, marker, oil and finished digitally in Photoshop. www.creativecombined.com

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