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Porsche Rennsport Reunion 1. Lime Rock Park
Porsche Rennsport Reunion 1. Lime Rock Park

-Porsche Rennsport Reunion 1 Event Poster-


Organized by Brian Redman's Intercontinental Events in conjunction with Porsche Cars North America. Lime Rock Park 2001.

Detail of the left headlight of a Porsche 910 by famed graphic artist - Art Eastman.

20" x 30"

These are new old stock and have been stored at Brian Redman's Intercontinental Events office. Items can be signed by Brian if requested for no additional charge.

Free shipping within the USA.

Price: $35.00

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Porsche Rennsport Reunion I Event Program
Porsche Rennsport Reunion I Event Program

-Porsche Rennsport Reunion 1 Event Program-


Organized by Brian Redman's Intercontinental Events in conjunction with Porsche Cars North America. Lime Rock Park 2001.

Detail of the left headlight of a Porsche 910 by famed graphic artist - Art Eastman.

Full sized magazine quality event program with driver and car profiles along with many Porsche related articles. Produced by Michael Keyser.

Very few available.

These are new old stock and have been stored at Brian Redman's Intercontinental Events air conditioned office. Items can be signed by Brian if requested for no additional charge.

Free shipping within the USA.

Price: $20.00

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Porsche Double 50 Watkins Glen event poster
Porsche Double 50 Watkins Glen event poster

-Porsche Watkins Glen "Double 50" event poster-


Organized by Brian Redman's Intercontinental Events in conjunction with Porsche Cars North America. Watkins Glen.

Porsche/Watkins Glen Double Fifty Celebration Hosted by Brian Redman, August 27, 28, 29 and 30th. A unique celebration of Porsche's 50th birthday and the 50th anniversary of the rebirth of American road racing at Watkins Glen.

Porsche/Watkins Glen Double Fifty Celebration Hosted by Brian Redman, August 27, 28, 29 and 30th.

Collage of iconic Porsche racing cars by artist - Tim Berry.

20" x 30"

These posters were handed out to entrants

Very few available.

These are new old stock and have been stored at Brian Redman's Intercontinental Events office. Items can be signed by Brian if requested for no additional charge.

Free shipping within the USA.

Price: $40.00

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The Porsche 917K Technical Poster
The Porsche 917K Technical Poster

-The Porsche 917 Techinical Poster with Brian Redman-


Produced in 1973 with Brian this artwork delves into the inner workings of the mighty, all conquering, Porsche 917 as campaigned by John Wyer Engineering.

Brian's personal experience developing and winning in the Porsche 917 gives great insight into how it all came to be.

20" x 30" dark blue/black ink on white paper

 

Very few available.

These are new old stock and have been stored at Brian Redman's Intercontinental Events air conditioned office. Items can be signed by Brian if requested for no additional charge.

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Price: $85.00

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Sebring Winner 1978
Sebring Winner 1978

-12 Hours of Sebring Winner 1978-Porsche 935-


In 1978 Brian had a remarkable race winning the Sebring 12 hours with co-drivers Bob Garretson-who prepared the car, and Charles Mendez-the event promoter.

What made this win remarkable is that it was Brian first race back after a tremendous accident at St. jovite in the new single seat Can-Am series where he broke his neck, shoulders and more.

11" x 14" by artist Jack Lane.

Limited edition on archival paper signed in pencil by Brian and the artist.

Very few available.

These have been stored at Brian Redman's Intercontinental Events air conditioned office. Items can be signed by Brian if requested for no additional charge.

Free shipping within the USA.

Price: $35.00

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1973 Nurburgring Winning Ferrari 312PB print
1973 Nurburgring Winning Ferrari 312PB print

-1973 Nurburgring 1,000km Winning Ferrari Print-


In 1973 Brian teamed up with his former Gulf ford GT40 team mate Jacky Ickx to win the 1,000km's of Nurburgring in the factory Ferrari 312PB at an average speed of 111mph.

The painting below was commissioned by Brian and is only available here.

(photo to the right not included)

 

13" x 19" on archival paper by artist Roger Blanchard

Signed in pencil by Brian, Jacky Ickx and the artist

Limited edition of 250

Very few available.

These have been stored at Brian Redman's Intercontinental Events air conditioned office. Items can be signed by Brian if requested for no additional charge.

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Price: $95.00

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1970 Targa Florio Winning Porsche 908/03
1970 Targa Florio Winning Porsche 908/03

-1970 Targa Florio Winning Porsche 908/03-


In 1970 Brian and his Swiss team mate Jo - Seppi- Siffert were a part of the John Wyer Engineering team of purpose buit, lightweight, Porche 908/03. Each car had a similar paint scheme with individual identifying marks.

The 1970 winning car has what has become one of the most iconic liveries in racing and is featured on the cover of Brians book available here.

This painting was commissioned by Brian in 1970, shortly after his victory, from James Dugdale, an artist who was from the same part of Lancashire as Brian.

The painting below was commissioned by Brian and is only available here.

7 x 21 poster

Very few available.

These are new old stock and have been stored at Brian Redman's Intercontinental Events office. Items can be signed by Brian if requested for no additional charge.

Free shipping within the USA.

The Targa Florio was in 1970 the oldest motor race in the world, even older than the Isle of Man TT and the Indianapolis 500. First run in 1906, it was run on narrow public mountain roads that went up and down, and twisted and turned around the Sicilian countryside. From 1951 to 1977 it was run on the 45 mile Piccolo (Italian for small) course- by far the longest circuit on the 1970 World Sportscar Championship calendar.

It was one of, if not the last of the genuine road races still run in the world.

The Piccolo course went through 4 to 5 towns in the island of Sicily. The circuit was extremely demanding and very difficult to learn- over the 45 mile course, there were between 800 and 900 corners- 16 to 20 corners for every mile, and the circuit had about 2,000 feet of elevation change- twice that of the Nurburgring. There was also a number of straights joined together by a number of fast corners at the top of the circuit that measured out to about 6 miles- but the circuit was so twisty and had so many corners, average speeds never went past even 80 mph (128 km/h)- which in racing terms is very slow.

The circuit was also very dangerous- although the roads and streets were closed off to the public for the race (but not for practice and test sessions- this caused all sorts of problems) the circuit was identical to every day civilian use, so it had no safety features of any kind and a crash often meant tumbling down a mountain slope or when in a town, crashing into a stone building, trees, and even groups of spectators. Although the Targa was a race where over its history very few people died in relation to other races like the Mille Miglia and the Carrera Panamericana, it was still a risky affair.

Price: $45.00

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2007 Brian's 70th Birthday Commemorative Poster
2007 Brian's 70th Birthday Commemorative Poster

-2007 Brian's 70th Birthday Commemorative Poster-


2007 marked Brian's 70th Birthday. Born March 9th 1937 in Burnley Lancashire. England.

Brian's birthday was celebrated at what has become the preeminint Concours d'Elegance in the world. Bill Warners Amelia Island Concours d'Elegance which takes place around the begining of March every year.

Renowned racer, author and film maker Michael Keyser surprised Brian and his wife Marion in 2007 at Amelia with this collage.

70 photographs celebrating 70 years.

This makes a great addition to Brians book, -Daring Drivers, Deadly Tracks- as many of the photos made it into the book which won the Royal Automobile Club Book of the Year when it was first published. Available here.

These are new old stock and have been stored at Brian Redman's Intercontinental Events air conditioned office. Items can be signed by Brian if requested for no additional charge.

Free shipping within the USA.

Price: $40.00

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