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Ayrton Senna's qualifying lap for pole at the 1989 Monaco Grand Prix is the stuff of legends. Over a full second faster than his McLaren team mate, Alain Prost, Ayrton would go on to dominate the race, winning even after losing first and second gear.


This superb Michael Hewett photograph captures Ayrton after his qualifying lap, just for a split second he raises his left hand in the cockpit - the hand that never leaves the wheel during the lap - his left glove is still gripped around the steering wheel, his hand bent with the effort of gripping the wheel - for what many regard as his greatest lap, ever.


This large format (16x12in) photograph has been authenticated by Bob Illman and Gary Wheeler at McLaren, who confirm Ayrton's habit of re-using gloves and the conentration that must have gone into that lap.


The print is signed by photographer Michael Hewett and presentated mounted and framed under acrylic, with an Ayrton Senna hand signed metal plaque - fully authenticated and supplied with a Certificate of Authenticity.


Only 1 available, a unique and superb opportuunity.

Ayrton Senna signed photograph presentation

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