Shadow DN5 1975 Tom Pryce 50cm x 70cm Poster

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The new-for-1975 Shadow DN5 was an evolution of the existing DN3.
Also designed by Southgate, the DN5 was a further refinement of the Shadow F1 racers campaigned in 1973 and 1974. It was built around an aluminium monocoque, which used the Cosworth DFV V8 as a fully stressed member. Carried over from the predecessors was the low and long nose with twin nostrils that fed the oil cooler. The water radiators were mounted on either side of the coke-bottle shaped monocoque.
Even though the DN5 was not a brand new car, it was immediately competitive with Jean-Pierre Jarier claiming pole position in the car’s Argentinean Grand Prix debut. Jarier and Tom Pryce also led the British Grand Prix but crashed out. The Welshman did win the Race of the Champions, scoring Shadow’s first Formula 1 victory.
Competitive runs in the remainder of the season meant that Shadow ended the year sixth in the constructors standings, which was the team’s best result yet.

Poster Size 50 x 70cm (20 x 27.5″)

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Description

The new-for-1975 Shadow DN5 was an evolution of the existing DN3.

Digital illustration drawn with passion for the heritage classic race cars enthusiast.

A unique automotive artwork ready to be sent as a high-quality print / poster.

Poster Size 50 x 70cm (20 x 27.5″)

PLEASE ALLOW UPTO 10 DAYS FOR DELIVERY FROM ORDER DATE

PRINT

This high-quality giclée print is produced on an acid-free paper using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of colour.

The print includes a white border around the illustration to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.

The print is delivered unframed.

POSTER

The modern UV paper from Sihl (135g/m²) is bleached to a bright white and offers the perfect foundation for reproducing the original colours with remarkable richness. A matte coating ensures it is incredibly robust and resistant to changes in temperature and splashes of water.

After printing, the inks is hardened six times using UV light to make your print resistant to external influences, and to ensure It will be at its best for years to come.