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To commemorate the sensation of 1951 when the new Jaguar XK120C made its Le Mans debut winning the 19th Le Mans 24 hour race on 23rd/24th June at an average speed of 93.495 mph, driven by Peter Walker and Peter Whitehead under the supervision of Team Manager Lofty England. Taken from an original painted by Alan Fearnley in 1989, this commemorative limited edition of 850 prints was published by Grand Prix Sportique in 1989. The print is as new, in superb condition and has never been framed.


Signed byLofty England & Alan Fearnley


27.5 x 20.5 ins (70 x 52 cms)




Hope for Tomorrow


Forming part of her private collection, this print is integral to the estate of the late Christine Mills MBE, who in partnership with her late husband David, forged a successful career within motorsport spanning more than thirty years. Following David’s untimely death from cancer in 2002, Christine established Hope for Tomorrow, a Gloucestershire based charity dedicated to bringing cancer care closer to the homes of patients throughout England.

With charity patron Sir Stirling Moss OBE by her side to ‘cut the ribbon’, Christine launched the world’s first Mobile Cancer Care Unit on 14 February 2007. Cancer patients are by the very definition and nature of the disease from which they suffer, perpetually vulnerable and never has the provision of mobile treatment on board what is now a fleet of 13 units, each funded and supplied to NHS Trusts by the charity, been of greater importance than it is today. 


In support of the charity’s pioneering work, all monies generated from the sale of this print, will be donated to Hope for Tomorrow.

Registered charity number: 1094677

Winners First Time Out by Alan Fearnley

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